The most successful CEOs of the modern era are Bullfrog Moore and Arko.
Both were very active and media savvy. They were leaders of their clubs and the game (even though as a Wests supporter I hated both).
One of the saddest days of my life. 10 years on, like most of us, i’m at peace with the decision. Both our proud historical founding football clubs still exist through the pain and anguish that was initially felt when the term ‘Joint Venture’ was confirmed on this very day. 6 years into the union of both clubs, came the galvanisation period of the club’s maiden premiership which dissolved the bitterness, bickering and blame game. 10 years on, instead of attacking one another, we stand united wanting success. The progression speaks for itself. The evolution is on going and the future remains very well alive in a time where financial uncertainty is facing many sports and many clubs. Happy Birthday Wests Tigers. Balmain and Western Suburbs live on through their NRL entity. Partners in crime; brothers in arms.
very nicely said mate
Thanks for the comments guys,
I am going to post a poll to vote on 3 sets of designs (all sets were posted on the old forum so nothing you havent seen before) and the set that gets the most votes may get submitted to the tigers as the fans design for new jerseys.
you know today I was looking at the old balmain results from the 90s and realized how much worse I had it as a kid growing up to what we are now… it could be alot worse I seem to forget those things like that when having the success of 05 always looking to overachieve, I remember in 05 just being happy to make the 8 then the top 4 then to win it all!! now i think we get to greedy with it all
i took my lil sis n another friend to meet him n tried one of his k’babs. i think the girl making it got a lil excited that robbie was in her shop n put a litre of chilli sauce that made my ears smoke, but it was pretty nice to eat :slight_smile:
n robbie was great, signed stuff n posed 4 pic’s.
losing those close game will come back and haunt wests-tigers, as it has done over many seasons .
losing six in a row, really wrecked any chance of comfortably finishing in top 8.
Nothing would give me greater delight than seeing wests-tigers finish in top 8.
can’t predict the future, if they are good enough they will.
EVERY WEEK A MUST WIN SAYS FARAH
Friday, July 24, 2009
Wests Tigers Captain Robbie Farah says every week is a must win for Wests Tigers as they prepare to take on the Raiders this Sunday in Canberra.
Robbie also spoke about the battle between the two forward packs and playing against good friend Bronson Harrison.
WATCH ROBBIE FARAH NOW ON WTV
It’s not the best piece of literature but it provides a good in depth perspective of the club. Things that are never reported in the paper and thoughts from players we never get to hear. Im liking it so far