NRL revolutionary Robbie Farah was ahead of his time | Nick Tedeschi

13 August 2019 12:24
There is little question that Farah is the greatest player in the 20-year history of the Wests TigersMaybe it was just never meant to be. And it could have been worse. It could have ended on that lonely Sunday afternoon atop the Leichhardt scoreboard, sweating in a suit, tie askew, drinking a tinny of beer, filled with nothing but bitterness and anger.The Tigers were beaten 52-10, their finals hopes finished by Canberra. Robbie Farah wasn’t playing. He had fallen out with coach Jason Taylor and was dropped to reserve grade despite playing State of Origin that year. Related: Valentine Holmes impresses on NFL debut for New York Jets Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian