How Good Was Robbie Farah Today ??

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Re: How Good Was Robbie Farah Today ??

Post by twenty20 » Sun 27 May, 2012 9:52 pm

He was simply magnificent!! Even though I'm an old Maggie, I've gotta say when Suttor called him 3 times to advise he was leaking from the eyeball, I couldn't help but think how Elias-esque he looked. Tough, uncompromising and courageous.


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Post by Tbone » Sun 27 May, 2012 9:57 pm

Good onta t20. And as a former balmain fan let me pay back the favor and say he plays with all the toughness of a wests player of the 70s.

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Post by Knuckles » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:03 pm

Good on you TB ..... How wrong were the knockers who said he wasn't an origin style player .... Was that the biggest load of rubbish you have heard In a long time ??

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Post by Goose » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:04 pm

Robbie was great, he has been amazing for us for the best part of a decade, he plays injured without complaint, he is underated for his toughness and is amazingly skillfull.
Some may even say he is built for origin :)

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Post by Cultured Bogan » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:25 pm

The bloke is a warrior. I don't find him to be the sort of captain that will instil words of wisdom into his team mates, but inspire them through his own deeds. We watched him get belted twice today, had claret spewing from his eye and still led the boys around the park, and was still a threat himself.

He's a champion and he's finally showing some of that 06-09 form that really made his name as a top player in the game.
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Post by hybrid_tiger » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:32 pm

He was sensational today, backing up from Origin, getting knocked out twice and getting back up both times, what a player he is. It is criminal that there are some people that don't think he's tough, IMO he's hard as nails, one of the toughest nuts we've ever had playing for us and more importantly a fantastic footballer on the back of that.

Last year there were calls to strip him of the captaincy. How silly would that sound now? He is a true leader.

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Post by Mistadobalina » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:32 pm

Where does this word 'claret' come from? I've heard it used a few times but only ever watching an NRL match

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Post by Tbone » Sun 27 May, 2012 10:34 pm

Claret is a red wine. Ie a bit of claret coming from the cut. Similar to strawberry jam.

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Post by bonstonker » Mon 28 May, 2012 4:21 am

still blows my mind that people involved with origin didn't think he was origin tough.

been giving these type of performances since his debut in the nrl.

doesn't get the respect he deserves from the nrl community.

while he may frustrate me from time to time,i'll never question his toughness,heart,or love of his team.

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Post by simonthetiger » Mon 28 May, 2012 9:11 am

Love the bloke,always have and always will..

Onya Robbie!!!


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