The two-time premiership mentor is under extreme pressure after a dismal season in which the side has won just seven games culminating in Thursday night’s 42-12 loss to Brisbane.

Hasler recently signed a two-year extension until the end of 2020 which is believed to include a clause stating if he was to be sacked the club would not have to pay out his entire contract.

The former Manly coach has taken the Belmore club to the finals every year since joining Canterbury in 2012.

But with the club languishing in 13th place and needing to win virtually all remaining games to feature in the finals, the Bulldogs faithful are demanding the club take action.

Hasler is set to make a presentation to the board to outline his future intentions as to how he will return the club to prominence.