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Word games from Wests Tigers board only makes Potter dilemma worse

Roy Masters The clocks have struck 13 at Wests Tigers: war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength. It’s George Orwell’s 1984 and clear language has given over to "political language" -...

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The truth about the Wests Tigers and Mick Potter is out there, really out there

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Andrew Webster On Monday, I hit the phones. As a young, conscientious reporter, I strode forth in the pursuit of truth and justice and whatever else was out there in relation to the Wests Tigers.

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Wests Tigers fans shirty as club turns itself inside out

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Brad Walter Wests Tigers members are so powerless to influence decisions regarding the direction of the club that some have turned to wearing their jerseys inside out at matches in protest at the treatment of...

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Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter's future undecided

Under pressure: Mick Potter talks to the media after the Tigers' loss to the Dragons at ANZ Stadium.

Brad Walter The future of Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter may be determined by whether the team makes the final eight after a board meeting on Sunday night deferred until the end of the season a decision on...

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St George Illawarra Dragons deliver drubbing to Wests Tigers

On a winning team: Dragons signing Benji Marshall fends off a Wests Tigers tackle on the anniversary of his NRL debut.

Chris Boulous Wests Tigers fans could be forgiven for feeling a terrible sense of deja vu as for the second time this year St George Illawarra five eighth Gareth Widdop was the difference as the 2010 premiers...

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Gareth Widdop has another day out against Wests Tigers

Up in the air: Gareth Widdop of the Dragons, left, and Mitchell Moses of the Tigers contest a high ball at ANZ Stadium.

Chris Boulous It’s fair to say St George Illawarra five eighth Gareth Widdop loves playing the Wests Tigers.

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Chris Lawrence joins growing list of injured Wests Tigers backs

Another man down: Chris Lawrence is the latest member of the Wests Tigers list of injured outside backs.

Michael Carayannis Wests Tigers are running out of outside backs, with five top players unavailable for the squad to play St George Illawarra on Sunday. 

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Wests Tigers youngsters taking it from the schoolyard to the NRL

School ties: Wests Tigers teammates (L-R) Luke Brooks, Aaron Woods, Curtis Sironen and Mitchell Moses at Concord Oval.

Adrian Proszenko If watching a young Wests Tigers side run rings around Canterbury was akin to watching school kids have fun in the park, that's how they see it too.

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Wests Tigers' Luke Brooks has nothing but respect for mentor Benji Marshall

Blue sky mine: Wests Tigers halfback Luke Brooks at ANZ Stadium.

Andrew Webster In 2005, the apprentice sat on the 10-metre line at ANZ Stadium and watched the master steer and flick pass his side to a breakthrough premiership.

McGregor not happy despite win over Tigers

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Mitch Jennings It says a lot about the high standards set by Paul McGregor that St George Illawarra's 28-12 victory in a crunch match over top-eight rivals Wests Tigers only gets a pass mark.

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Brian Smith says Wests Tigers need a head of football as Mick Potter wavers

Off contract: Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter.

Michael Carayannis Former grand-final coach Brian Smith has recommended Wests Tigers employ a head of football as pressure mounts on Mick Potter to keep his job.

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Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter 'distracted' by inaction over his future at the club

In limbo: Tigers coach Mick Potter.

Michael Carayannis Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter thought he was certain to be given a contract extension while admitting the ongoing uncertainty surrounding his future was  “distracting”.

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Wests Tigers' Mitchell Moses justifies the hype with brilliant NRL display

Michael Chammas Wests Tigers skipper Robbie Farah said he had been pleading with coach Mick Potter to give rookie Mitchell Moses his first crack at the big time for months before he finally got his chance.

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Wests Tigers smash Canterbury Bulldogs as Keith Lulia equals four-try record

Up with the best: Keith Lulia scores his first try for the Tigers on Sunday.

Michael Chammas Keith Lulia equalled the club record four tries but it was the stars of generation next who helped the Wests Tigers stun the Bulldogs 46-18 in one of the joint venture's greatest victories on Sunday...

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Wests Tigers underline beauty of the underdog to beat Canterbury Bulldogs at their own game

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Phil Gould It's the beauty of sport. The big man up against the little man. The favorite versus the underdog. We've seen these scenarios so many times before.

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Mate against mates as Benji Marshall comes up against Wests Tigers

Milestone: Benji Marshall is given a guard of honour by his Wests Tigers teammates after his 200th game for the club last August.

Michael Chammas It is the day no one saw coming: Benji Marshall versus the Wests Tigers.

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Class of 2005 dominate Wests Tigers' greatest-ever team

Tigers great: Premiership winner Benji Marshall was named in Wests Tigers'  15th anniversary team.

Adrian Proszenko Thirteen players from Wests Tigers' historic premiership-winning side of 2005 have been named in the joint-venture club's greatest ever team.

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Tim Sheens not invited to celebration of Wests Tigers team

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Michael Carayannis Thirteen players from the Wests Tigers 2005 premiership-winning side were named as part of the joint venture's greatest ever team.

Live: Manly Sea Eagles v Wests Tigers

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James Polson The high-flying Sea Eagles host the injury-hit Tigers.

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