by Kurt S, 1 Sep 2015
Robbie Farah, the man is a patriot, is clearly very proud and has a wealth of supporters thanks to being a one team man and current captain of Wests Tigers.
by Greg Prichard, 31 Aug 2015
Who cares who wins the minor premiership? Who cares who gets the wooden spoon? Who even cares who wins the grand final? Right now, all anyone wants to know is what is going to happen next at Wests Tigers.
by Steve Zemek, 30 Aug 2015
Robbie Farah has left Wests Tigers management red-faced after leading his side to a 50-16 NRL win over the Warriors at Campbelltown Stadium.
by James Silver, 30 Aug 2015
Match Result: A dominant performance from Robbie Farah has left the Wests Tigers management red-faced as he lifted them to a 50-16 win over the New Zealand Warriors on Sunday.
by Steve Zemek, 28 Aug 2015
Robbie Farah may go down as the Wests Tigers’ greatest player but coach Jason Taylor fears they don’t have an immediate future with him on their roster.
by Dane Eldridge, 27 Aug 2015
In another pseudo-exclusive from The Roar, we can reveal that the push to oust Robbie Farah from the Wests Tigers was sparked by a player-led revolt hatched by Robbie Farah.
by Curtis Woodward, 27 Aug 2015
Oh say can you see by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, whose broad stripes and bright stars… Oh, sorry.
by James Preston, 27 Aug 2015
In a an age of rugby league where there are consistent ‘worst kept secrets in the game’ the announcement that Wests Tigers have optioned to show their club captain Robbie Farah the door is a bombshell.
by Dean Lawrence, 27 Aug 2015
Diehard Tigers fans have a seemingly endless of moments where you wonder “if only”.
by Lachlan Bickley, 27 Aug 2015
When the first-choice NSW hooker suddenly comes on the market, one can reasonably expect a feeding frenzy as clubs rush to sign him.