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Bulldogs ask fans to sign conduct code

15/09/2004 10:14:52 PM Comments (0)

Players in many sports are asked to abide by them, now fans of the Bulldogs National Rugby League club are being asked to sign a code of conduct.

Nearly 18,000 copies have been distributed as part of the club's plan to stop ratbag elements sullying the club's image, according to The Daily Telegraph.

The code of conduct, part of the 2005 supporters package, in part urges fans to "deliver an enjoyable and non-threatening experience at out home games; exhibit dignity, pride and poise - characteristics of the club - and celebrate in victory and commiserate in defeat".

Bulldogs boss Malcolm Noad said the club wanted to put something in writing so fans would know what was expected of them.

"The ratbags may not sign but our fans are becoming fed up with a small element of idiots," Noad told the newspaper.

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