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Skipper James Graham today fronted the media to squash rumours that the Bulldogs are a club in crisis.

Following four straight defeats, including last week’s 38 nil loss to the Panthers, the question was put to Graham – is there a crisis at the Bulldogs and the captain responded accordingly.

“No. I don’t believe there is. We take full responsibility and we realise that results haven’t been at the level that everybody expects here internally. We’ve lost four in a row, but it’s halfway through the season and there’s still plenty to play for. I don’t buy into the narrative that we are a club in crisis,” said Graham.

“Sport is analysed a lot. I think it’s over analysed and people look for an excuse or a reason. We weren’t good enough on the weekend, but in terms of us not wanting to play for a coach it is a non-starter,” he added.

The prop forward returns to the starting line-up this week after missing the clash with the Panthers with a neck injury.

There is no better way to celebrate the Queen’s Birthday Monday than with a cracking game of rugby league.

The much-anticipated clash between the Bulldogs and Dragons is always a fan-favourite, so come join the crowd for what's guaranteed to be a red-hot clash.

Reciprocal rights are in play for Dragons Members, so expect to see the red v out in force.