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They lost me for good when they took the Murdoch money in 95 and I detested them forever when they signed Des during the week of the 2011 grand final and snickered at laughed at us in doing that.Funny thing about the Bulldogs. Always kind of liked them. Had a team in the eighties that was a joy to watch and I really did like the whole family club thing they had going. Then they kind of fell off the radar.
Then they stole Des and I deathrode them furiously.
Then Des came back and saved us from the horror that was whingy, whiny Twent, and I didn't care about them again.
Then the bloke who walked out on us, who was never really good enough for us in the first place (should have listened to our mother) got a job coaching (even though he doesn't know the meaning of the word) the Bulldogs.
Now I'm forced to deathride them again.
So as soon as Gus sacks Twent, I'll be free of the deathriding affliction and they'll once again become a club I feel nothing about.
And don't bother suggesting therapy. I got it figured.
I was over at the kennel a few weeks ago and a few posted that they need to help Baz as much as possible.Has there ever been a more pathetic coach in history who received the kind of support that Baz enjoys?
It’s how the people who hired TBaz defend their decision in the face of the current disaster.I was over at the kennel a few weeks ago and a few posted that they need to help Baz as much as possible.
The general line was to hire the best assistant coaches with 1st grade head coaching experience and also a football manager in the likes of a Gould, Bennett or Belamy.
I fking laughed my @ss off, why on earth would you hire a head coach if you also had to hire all the others so the head coach could look like he could coach
At least he has history with that club. But shows the size of his ego to think he can fix all their problems. I doubt it will end well for Barrett. But who knows, they seem to have endless cash now so that's got to helpIt's ironic that Gould was the one who was trying to persuade Barrett to stay away from the dogs in the first place.