Infotainment Factory: Farah nemesis fires back as feud gets nasty

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Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Farah nemesis fires back as feud gets nasty


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The lead-up to Robbie Farah’s 300th NRL game tomorrow night has got nasty with a war of words erupting over the controversial hooker.

Farah fired the first shot during the week when he slammed his former Wests Tigers coaches Jason Taylor and Rod Reddy, who played a role in his leaving the Tigers to play the 2017-18 seasons at South Sydney.

“I wouldn’t want to hear from JT anyway,’’ Farah said of Taylor in the build-up to the big game.

Jason Taylor (centre) and Robbie Farah (left) parted on unhappy terms at the Wests Tigers.

“At the time I was told by him and ‘Rocket’ Reddy, I’d finish my career in reserve grade. But I’m here now - ‘JT’ is coaching reserve grade [at North Sydney].’’

But former St George and Test legend Reddy has now fired back, posting on social media:

“Well we were right he went to Souths and played reserve grade and that Wests Tigers team at the moment is a reserve grade team with 4/5 nrl players in it and Farah is not 1 of them.

“Most selfish player I have ever been involved with while either playing the game or coaching bar none.”

Farah turns out for his 300th game when the Tigers meet Newcastle tomorrow.

The lead-up to Robbie Farah’s 300th NRL game tomorrow night has got nasty with a war of words erupting over the controversial hooker.

Farah fired the first shot during the week when he slammed his former Wests Tigers coaches Jason Taylor and Rod Reddy, who played a role in his leaving the Tigers to play the 2017-18 seasons at South Sydney.

“I wouldn’t want to hear from JT anyway,’’ Farah said of Taylor in the build-up to the big game.

Jason Taylor (centre) and Robbie Farah (left) parted on unhappy terms at the Wests Tigers.

“At the time I was told by him and ‘Rocket’ Reddy, I’d finish my career in reserve grade. But I’m here now - ‘JT’ is coaching reserve grade [at North Sydney].’’

But former St George and Test legend Reddy has now fired back, posting on social media:

“Well we were right he went to Souths and played reserve grade and that Wests Tigers team at the moment is a reserve grade team with 4/5 nrl players in it and Farah is not 1 of them.

“Most selfish player I have ever been involved with while either playing the game or coaching bar none.”

Farah turns out for his 300th game when the Tigers meet Newcastle tomorrow.

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