Cameron Ciraldo signs on to become Canterbury Bulldogs’ next NRL coach on five-year deal
Cameron Ciraldo has signed a five-year deal to take over as coach at NRL membership Canterbury next season.
The in-demand Penrith assistant has helped mastermind the defending premiers’ climb to dominance underneath Ivan Cleary.
However he’s determined to take the step up into the top coach position on the Bulldogs after beforehand knocking again the Wests Tigers job.
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Interim Bulldogs coach Mick Potter was eager to keep on after taking up from sacked coach Trent Barrett.
Nonetheless Canterbury normal supervisor of soccer Gus Gould wished Ciraldo, who has been in numerous teaching roles on the Panthers since 2014, to fill the place.
“As the club continues to build for long-term sustained success, we are pleased Cameron shares the vision of ensuring our football programs are best-in-class,” the Bulldogs mentioned.
“With respect to Cameron and the Penrith Panthers, we will not be making any further comment until the end of the season.”
Ciraldo’s arrival at Belmore will reunite him with former Penrith participant Matt Burton and certain safe the star playmaker’s future at Canterbury.