Former Bulldog Michael Ennis spoke of the much discussed Bulldogs culture which he believes there was a massive culture shift during his time with the club.
Speaking on the Triple M's Dead Set Legends, Ennis spoke of the extent then CEO Todd Greenberg went to in order for Ennis' family to feel comfortable when he first joined the club.
"When you say your a family club you got to be that," Ennis said. Listen to the full audio below.
"When I moved down from Brisbane, Todd Greenberg filled Ben Hannant and my fridges with meat and groceries, when we walked in, to look after our families so we could settle in, which are little things that mean so much."
These family values, according to Ennis, is something the Bulldogs have shifted from in recent time which could be seen as the main cause of chaos at the club.
"I think where the Bulldogs are at the moment, they're so results driven that they've lost who they are," he said.
"The club was built on hard work, discipline but most importantly everyone was a big family and they've lost that."
Listen to the full audio below.