The Football Club Board today announced the decision after final negotiations on a contract extension were concluded with the coach putting pen to paper to keep him at Belmore.
Hasler, has had an excellent record with the Bulldogs, taking them to the Finals in each of his five years in charge, including two Grand Final appearances.
Chief Executive Raelene Castle is pleased that negotiations have concluded on a contract extension: “Des is a proven coach. His record over the years shows that and we are extremely pleased that negotiations have resulted in Des remaining at the club until the end of the 2019 season”
“This contract extension builds on the last five years of growth within our football program and Des is looking forward to the next two years.”
Hasler, was happy that a positive result had been reached: “I have been extremely happy here at the Bulldogs. The club has great history and tradition and an incredibly loyal fan base. I am pleased that I have been able to reach an agreement with the club to extend my contract until the end of 2019”
This was first published on the Canterbury Bulldogs website
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