Anthony Mundine offers To Help Bulldogs

Anthony Mundine puts hand up to help Gould, Bulldogs in surprise career move

Anthony Mundine has floated a return to the NRL. (Photo by Mike Owen/Getty Images)

Anthony Mundine has floated a return to the NRL. (Photo by Mike Owen/Getty Images)

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Staff Writers from News.com.au

May 18th, 2022 10:30 am

Anthony Mundine has put his hand up to join the Bulldogs as a consultant after Trent Barrett quit on Sunday.

 

Canterbury is on the hunt for a new coach just 10 rounds into the season after Barrett — who was contracted until the end of 2023 — walked away following a gut-wrenching loss to Newcastle in Brisbane on Friday night.

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  • What is he going to find opponents from retirement villages like he did with his opponents

  • Just what they need, an imbecile to help them rebuild.

  • He probably wants to be captain coach

  • Specialist consultant for HIA assessments  ... he brings plenty of experience 

  • Lol, his gonna put them on his undercard to fight homeless bums.

    • bahaha .. wouldn't put it past him 

  • Even Bulldogs don't have short memories.  Mundine encouraged and helped Sunny Bill break his Bulldog contract and hurt his club https://amp.nine.com.au/article/071d52f1-7705-46ea-8afa-cb9bba600872

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  • at the end of the day, he is smarter than all you guys. He made millions fighting bums....more than what he would of made playing nrl.

     

    Whos the bum now?

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