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Farah shares his thoughts on the Tigers drama

Sporting News logo Sporting News 11/04/2017

Robbie Farah's sacking was meant to be the solution to the Wests Tigers' problems. © Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Robbie Farah's sacking was meant to be the solution to the Wests Tigers' problems. Robbie Farah's sacking was meant to be the solution to the Tigers' problems. Oh how things have spiralled from there.

“They can’t blame me,'' Farah insisted.

The former Tigers captain was lucky to get out before things got uglier and he isn't looking back at the past.

“I’ve moved on. I’m here now, I’m enjoying my time. Individuals that aren’t in my life anymore don’t concern me and obviously the Tigers are in the past for my footy career,” Farah said.

“Wasn’t it supposed to get fixed when I left? The perception was that I was to blame but I’m gone now, so they can’t blame me.”

Farah was involved in enough drama of his own with former coach Jason Taylor and can sympathise with what the current roster are going through.

“I know how tough it is and I’m still in contact with a few of the boys,” Farah said.

“I spoke to Woodsy and he’s told me how tough it is. He said, mate, I don’t know how (you) went through it for 18 months, he’s had a month of it and it’s really been draining on him. I’m sure it’s a big relief for the boys to go up there (North Queensland) and get a win.”

There is still another few chapters to go before the issues at Leichhardt are solved.


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