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Read more quotes from Tuesday morning’s press conference as Michael Lichaa looks back on the Cowboys game, the upcoming clash with the Rabbioths and the Bulldogs attack.

on our attack…

Obviously it wasn’t too good on the weekend. We’re not getting enough opportunities down the opposition end, which is disappointing. After having nine or ten unforced errors against a side like the Cowboys with the best player in the world in their side, they will make you pay. It’s simple, we’ve just got to hold onto the ball.

on Des’ handling of the performances…

He’s obviously disappointed and we all are. We as a team are disappointed, because we’re the ones who are out there making the tackles after an error with the ball. When you play the good sides and disrespect the ball like we have, they will hurt you.

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on the importance of the Rabbitohs match…

We’ve just got to win. We have to get the job done and it’s as simple as that, because we want to be going into the finals with confidence.

on the Rabbitohs…

They’ve been a different side over the last month and have been playing some good footy. Greg Inglis is back to his best - which is a scary thought, but we can’t worry about them.

In a special arrangement for Bulldogs Member’s at this Friday’s clash with the Rabbitohs, all General Admission and Reserved seat Members will have access to ANZ Stadium’s brand new CrossBar located on Level 2 of the eastern grandstand.

The CrossBar provides Bulldogs Members a premium food and beverage menu offering and can be accessed via the glass doors on the Level 1 concourse (adjacent to Aisle 107 & 108) and taking the escalators or lifts to Level 2 or by taking the escalators or lifts from Level 4 to Level 2.

Simply show your membership card or event ticket for entry to Level 2 and the CrossBar.

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