Could Farah be chosen to face the Eels ?

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Re: Could Farah be chosen to face the Eels ?

Post by RobWT » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 12:46 pm

Doubtful after the comments he made after the nsw cup game. Cherrington might get a bench spot for the eels game.


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Post by tigerman80 » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 1:00 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:If he played the style JT is looking for, i might have thought there was a chance. Him shooting his mouth after the game though has killed off any chance of that.
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.

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Post by GNR4LIFE » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 1:06 pm

tigerman80 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:If he played the style JT is looking for, i might have thought there was a chance. Him shooting his mouth after the game though has killed off any chance of that.
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.

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Post by supercoach » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 1:14 pm

If Taylor wants the best 17 at his disposal, than of course Farah will be picked along with JAC, but the chances are long odds. Okay if our season was dead, I might buy the idea,but while we can still make the top eight you have to pick your best 17 and have a red hot crack at winning every game.

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Post by tigerman80 » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 1:27 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:
tigerman80 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:If he played the style JT is looking for, i might have thought there was a chance. Him shooting his mouth after the game though has killed off any chance of that.
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.
Moses and Brooks take priority over Farah im with you on that one. But why did we realise this in round 20 when it was clear from last year that Farah wasnt in JT's plans. So we play Farah and then with 7 games to go realise Farah is the cause of all our problems lol. there is so much more to this and in time it will all come out. If i was a betting man id say Taylor wont be here next year, and if an NRL club is willing to pay $300 -$400k of robbies salary then he wont be here either.


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Post by bobo125 » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 2:14 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:
tigerman80 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:If he played the style JT is looking for, i might have thought there was a chance. Him shooting his mouth after the game though has killed off any chance of that.
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.


"taylor being the stand up guy he is"

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahhaha
there is a lot of crap about this whole sad saga but tht one line right there.....
that wins it all hands down !!

well done sir
outstanding !!!

hhahahhahahahhahahahhahahhahahahhahaa

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Post by GNR4LIFE » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 2:18 pm

bobo125 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:
tigerman80 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:If he played the style JT is looking for, i might have thought there was a chance. Him shooting his mouth after the game though has killed off any chance of that.
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.
"taylor being the stand up guy he is"

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahhaha
there is a lot of crap about this whole sad saga but tht one line right there.....
that wins it all hands down !!

well done sir
outstanding !!!

hhahahhahahahhahahahhahahhahahahhahaa
Thank you sir. That bait caught a nice big fish.

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Post by Nelson » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 2:26 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:
bobo125 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:
tigerman80 wrote:
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.
"taylor being the stand up guy he is"

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahhaha
there is a lot of crap about this whole sad saga but tht one line right there.....
that wins it all hands down !!

well done sir
outstanding !!!

hhahahhahahahhahahahhahahhahahahhahaa
Thank you sir. That bait caught a nice big fish.
Looks like a puffer, you should throw it back.

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Post by bobo125 » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 2:32 pm

GNR4LIFE wrote:
bobo125 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:
tigerman80 wrote:
So you honestly believe after dropping him this week (with the team winning in the last 2 games he played) that Farah would have been welcomed back to first grade then your delusional. Whether he unleashed to the media or not (which was 100% wrong to do, but everything he said was right), he was not coming back. This has nothing to do with form or team cohesion. this is either 1 of 2 things:

1. Taylor realises he wont be here next year and its so personal with Farah that he wants to take him down with him.

2. Taylor is just a puppet for higher powers who are making a power play to force robbies hand.

Most people are smart enough to realise this and the club should not play us as fools by feeding us spin or gsrbage. Its such a bad reflection on the club and JT for playing it out this way.
You forgot the third thing. Brooks and Moses feeling more comfortable when Farah isn't there. Seeing as how they both take priority over Farah long term, Farah became expendable. JT being the stand up guy he is, chose to take the heat as he's already hated anyway.
"taylor being the stand up guy he is"

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahhaha
there is a lot of crap about this whole sad saga but tht one line right there.....
that wins it all hands down !!

well done sir
outstanding !!!

hhahahhahahahhahahahhahahhahahahhahaa
Thank you sir. That bait caught a nice big fish.


hahahaha yeah mate reel it in

love it !

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Post by Eddie » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 5:37 pm

Balmain Boy wrote:Not a chance in hell that Robbie will play this week, and highly unlikely to ever play NRL for us again IMO. His petulant comments have put to rest any chance he had.

He wasn't best on ground in NSW Cup in any case. 3 try assists yes, which involved a 3-4m pass for a teammate to walk through and dive over the line untouched. Hardly breathtaking. Jordan Grant was our best.
Farah was really good. Last pass in 4 tries. 2 forced goal line drop outs. Thats a MOM performance for me.

Two of those passes your talking about were really suttle skill.

Where his eyes were looking long but he played short catching the defence on their heels.

You can fool the people that were not there but some were there and watched the game.

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Post by cqtiger » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 5:50 pm

Eddie wrote:
Balmain Boy wrote:Not a chance in hell that Robbie will play this week, and highly unlikely to ever play NRL for us again IMO. His petulant comments have put to rest any chance he had.

He wasn't best on ground in NSW Cup in any case. 3 try assists yes, which involved a 3-4m pass for a teammate to walk through and dive over the line untouched. Hardly breathtaking. Jordan Grant was our best.
Farah was really good. Last pass in 4 tries. 2 forced goal line drop outs. Thats a MOM performance for me.

Two of those passes your talking about were really suttle skill.

Where his eyes were looking long but he played short catching the defence on their heels.

You can fool the people that were not there but some were there and watched the game.
That's why commentators always have varying opinions on who was the MOM. Very subtle indeed
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Post by Born tiger » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 6:10 pm

Look from being an outsider looking in Robbie was good at Leichhardt but if you consider parts of the reason he was dropped such as running a metre or 2 each play and not giving the halves early ball he did not have a good game especially if he was playing for a recall not to mention his post game comments.

If Robbie wanted to be selected for first grade he definately didn't help himself he only passed the ball off the ground once or twice a set and littlejohn was visibly receiving little ball..

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Post by Geo. » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 6:26 pm

Milky wrote:If it's Moses/Brooks/Ted that want him out then stay out...if its the feud between Taylor and Farah then bring him badk he will be all fired up.

I read on Twiiter though that Moses supports the dropping and called Farah selfish but then again zero credibility.
I didn't know which Robbie thread to post this in so as Milkster is the tweet expert..and can confirm

I have seen on FB that James Tedesco suggests it may be time for Robbie to move on...
Wests Tigers don't need a Coach.. The playing group has taken over..

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Post by Blaze » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 6:55 pm

Geo. wrote:
Milky wrote:If it's Moses/Brooks/Ted that want him out then stay out...if its the feud between Taylor and Farah then bring him badk he will be all fired up.

I read on Twiiter though that Moses supports the dropping and called Farah selfish but then again zero credibility.
I didn't know which Robbie thread to post this in so as Milkster is the tweet expert..and can confirm

I have seen on FB that James Tedesco suggests it may be time for Robbie to move on...
Yeah, just caught the end of that on nine news.... Found that suprising.

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Post by Longhorn » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 6:55 pm

I know Brad Arthur is hoping Robbie stays in reserves and taylors make shift hooker is a regular second rower from start dust. Fingers crossed Brad.

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Post by beau the critic » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 7:04 pm

Play Farah in the back row, would be a lot better than Kyle Lovett who offers nothing in attack or defence.

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Post by VonMiller58 » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 7:08 pm

Blaze wrote:
Geo. wrote:
Milky wrote:If it's Moses/Brooks/Ted that want him out then stay out...if its the feud between Taylor and Farah then bring him badk he will be all fired up.

I read on Twiiter though that Moses supports the dropping and called Farah selfish but then again zero credibility.
I didn't know which Robbie thread to post this in so as Milkster is the tweet expert..and can confirm

I have seen on FB that James Tedesco suggests it may be time for Robbie to move on...
Yeah, just caught the end of that on nine news.... Found that suprising.

Do we have any links to JT3(Tedesco ,Not Taylor or Thurston :lol: )saying this about Wobbie.

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Post by Magpie Magic » Mon 25 Jul, 2016 7:56 pm

goldcoast tiger wrote:No way he'l be there.
The whole reasoning for the timing is that we would have to lay down to lose to The Dragons and Parra. The team looked good,although , for the early part and most of the second half we didn't) and Taylor says "see , we don't need Farah"!
It was no coincidence that these twowere the games that he chose to pull this.
Parra finally looked like they gave up this weekend and are unlikely to give much of a squeakeither
This is 100% the thinking it seems sadly. For me i want the best players picked in their positions and we need Farah. Yesterday's win keeps us alive but was a poor performance,we lost our way without Farah around HT and the dummy half work was poor.
Truth is or for and against really puts us 4pts out of 8th so we can't afford games.
Farah got the team to turn around a poor start against Penrith.

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