EXCLUSIVE | Shane Flanagan declares ‘he’d love to’ become the Bulldogs new head coach
Former premiership winning NRL coach Shane Flanagan has declared he’d love to be the Bulldogs new head coach next season.
Earlier this week, Trent Barrett stepped down as head coach following a disastrous start to the season, with Mick Potter taking over as interim coach for the remainder of the year.
Flanagan told The Continuous Call Team he hasn’t spoken to the Bulldogs, but will be putting his hand up to become the club’s coach in 2023.
“I’d love to do the job,” Flanagan said.
“I want to get back into coaching at NRL level, I think I could do a good job there.
“At this point, there’s been no contact.”
A move to Belmore, could allow Flanagan to link up and coach his son, Kyle, similarly to when he did so at Cronulla.
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