As Jim Dymock wrapped up a training session with Canterbury and again spoke about his desire to retain the head coaching job, chief executive Todd Greenberg was across town having coffee with Daniel Anderson.
Greenberg and former New Zealand Warriors, St Helens and Parramatta Eels coach Anderson were spotted by a Channel 10 news crew in Pyrmont.
Greenberg told us last night the meet and greet with Anderson was more about “all things rugby league” rather than a head coaching gig. The Bulldogs boss said he had interviewed half a dozen coaches, and Ricky Stuart was “one of four or five more” to be spoken to in the next fortnight.
“I’d like to get it sorted before the grand final. Jimmy has done everything so far asked of him, and the best currency for him is winning,” Greenberg said.
Caretaker coach Dymock hopes victory in the remaining two games, against Newcastle and Canberra, will help him cement the 2012 role.
Dymock said he had been in regular contact with Kevin Moore, his predecessor who quit on the eve of round 19 when told he would be let go, and would stick around as an assistant, even if snubbed for the top job.