Squad breakdown: Bulldogs, Sharks 2024 Supercoach analysis

2020 Supercoach runner-up Tim Williams analyses the credentials of the Bulldogs and Sharks squads leading into Round 1.

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Canterbury-Bankstown and Cronulla played out a low-scoring trial in week two of the Pre-season Challenge. As we edge closer to the opening round of the season, I still have a few more club previews to get through, along with a few other articles, so I’ll be combining the remaining ones into dual previews. Starting with the Bulldogs, I was fairly keen on a number of their players heading into round 1, but I’ve gone fairly cold on them following the trials. While we can’t read too much into trials, they didn’t exactly set the world alight. That being said, they’re still one of the most relevant Supercoach teams heading int

2 Responses to “Squad breakdown: Bulldogs, Sharks 2024 Supercoach analysis”

  1. jay_falcsy

    Dogs started off strong then were fumbling around like a virgin on their first date. So much competition in positions means no one is settling in to build trust and confidence in their combinations. Going to be a hard watch an an unpredictable one with the dogs.

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