Ray Moujalli has played for five rugby league clubs, finished his playing career here at the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs and has signed on with the club as the ISP Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Moujalli was involved in the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Intrust Super Premiership squad in 2016-17 and assisted the side in making the Finals last season.
The hard-working forward experienced a rollercoaster career working his way up from SG Ball and Under 20s with the Roosters before heading to South Sydney in 2005.
Moujalli moved from the South Sydney Rabbitohs to the Cronulla Sharks in 2006-07, then the Newtown Jets in 2008-09, before being offered a full-time training position at Manly in 2011. He then returned to the Newtown Jets in 2013-15, before signing with the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs for the 2016-17 season.
He then made his debut for the Sydney Roosters in 2009, whilst with the Newtown Jets and recently represented Lebanon at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
Finishing up his career following Lebanon's 2017 World Cup campaign, he has now accepted a role with the Bulldogs as its ISP's strength and conditioning coach.
He will be working alongside coach Steve Georgallis and assisting the squad as they look to make the finals again in the 2018 season.
Returning from World Cup duties at the end of November, Moujalli has now started in his new position with the Dogs.