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Former Canterbury halfback and Bulldog legend, Steve Mortimer, has been appointed interim CEO of the troubled Bulldogs as the club seeks redemption at the hands of their fans and the NRL. Mortimer replaces Garry Hughes, who was caretaker CEO after Bob Hagan stepped down as CEO on Tuesday.
After this mornings meeting between the boards of the Canterbury Football claub and Canterbury Leagues club, the decision was made to install Mortimer as the interim CEO.
Turvey certainly has a job on his hands after it was revealed last weekend the Dogs had breached the cap by more than one million dollars.