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Read more quotes from Josh Jackson’s press conference at Belmore Sports Ground ahead of the Bulldogs clash with the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium on Friday.

on the two wins in a row…

It’s always good to get the wins. There is a lot more positivity and a lot more confidence getting around the team and that’s a good thing.

on Will Hopoate…

He has started training with us, but he can’t do any contact, so he will still be a few weeks away. He is good within himself, he’s doing all the training, but it’s just the contact that he hasn’t got back to yet.

on the Rabbitohs and Good Friday…

We always have good battles with the Bunnies. They’ve got a really good forward pack that get their go forward and also a back five that are really damaging as well.  The Good Friday games have been good clashes and I think ever since the Grand Final a few years ago they have had a bit of feeling in them, so I can’t imagine this one would be any different.

on David Klemmer…

It’s disappointing for us to lose David because he has been playing good footy for us. He will be missed, but I’m sure who ever gets the job will come in and do a really good job for us.

on James Tedesco and Aaron Woods…

I have played with both guys and they’re awesome players. To get players of that calibre to the club, can only be a good thing.

ONE of the fiercest rivalries in the NRL is back with the annual Bulldogs v Rabbitohs Good Friday blockbuster set to light up ANZ Stadium.

A crowd of nearly 40,000 fans turned out to see the clash between the two clubs in 2016 and there's sure to be fireworks for the monster game in 2017.

Don't miss this blockbuster battle as ANZ Stadium's two long-term  home clubs meet on Good Friday! 

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