The NRL season is barely 10 rounds previous and already it seems to be like Canterbury coach Trent Barrett is combating for his future.
A 16-6 loss to Newcastle on Friday night time has the Bulldogs on the underside of the ladder with two wins to their title.
Barrett now has 5 wins in 34 video games since taking the reins final yr.
Nine’s Danny Weidler studies the Canterbury board is beginning to develop impatient, and members are lower than impressed with the outcomes on the sphere.
Weidler wrote for the Sydney Morning Herald that Bulldogs soccer chief Phil Gould will assist Barrett and will not sack the coach, however stress may come from above to make a transfer if issues do not enhance.
“What’s worse for the coach is that he has overseen the majority of the recruits who are at the club,” Weidler wrote.
“I’ve asked Gould on numerous occasions about the Barrett strategy and he has backed him strongly.”
News Corp journalist Brent Read identified the board members should reply to the followers and members.
“If they don’t do what those members say, they get voted out,” Read informed Nine’s Sunday Footy Show.