Nine’s rugby league reporter Michael Chammas broke the information on Sunday night.
The assembly comes following the Bulldogs’ disastrous begin to 2022 the place they presently sit on the backside of the desk, with simply two wins from 10 video games.
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“Breaking news out of Belmore this afternoon, club officials have confirmed they’ve called a meeting for the next 48 hours to discuss the team’s slow start to the year and the future of coach Trent Barrett,” Chammas revealed on Nine.
“The patience from some of the club’s powerbrokers is beginning to wear thin.
“This is a members’ run membership and the members have been fairly vocal all weekend voicing their displeasure to the administrators.
“Trent Barrett is not expected to be at the meeting. Phil Gould though, he’s expected to be there.”
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Barrett is presently within the second 12 months of a three-year contract.
The assembly comes regardless of current feedback from the overall supervisor of soccer, Gould, throwing his assist behind Barrett to be the membership’s long run coach.
“He will be the coach at the Bulldogs for a long time as far as I’m concerned. He’s got such a wonderful nature as a coach,” Gould stated in March.
“He has great knowledge, great delivery, great communication.
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Canterbury last season finished at the bottom of the ladder.
Another season without finals football would make it six-straight years, with 2016 the last time the club reached the post-season.
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