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Kevin Moore has released the following statement regarding his departure as head coach of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs:
On Tuesday 12 July, I was told by Ray Dib, Canterbury-Bankstown RLFC Chairman, and Todd Greenberg, Club CEO, that my services as Head Coach were no longer required by the Club after season 2011.
Having considered the impact this will have on my family, my support staff and the players, and importantly, the Club that I love and have been involved with since the early 1970's, I will stand down effective immediately having helped the team complete its preparation for Friday night's game against the Warriors in Auckland.
I feel very privileged to have been a part of a great Club for so long and I want to thank all who have been a part of this journey with me.
Please respect my right to privacy at this time, and to allow the Bulldogs to focus solely on the remainder of the 2011 season.