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Tearful Farah takes aim at coach

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 23:  Wests Tigers and NSW Origin hooker Robbie Farah playing NSW Cup for the Hawks is cheered ...

Robbie Farah was reduced to tears after he was given a heroes exit from Leichhardt Oval, taking aim at Jason Taylor after fans began chanting for the coach's sacking.

Robbie Farah has a Tigers future: Taylor

Dropped: Jason Taylor has said Robbie Farah still has a future at the Wests Tigers.

Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor has moved to assure Robbie Farah he remains in the club's NRL plans and could yet play his 250th game for the joint venture this season.

Salary cap strain rules out logical Farah replacement

Impressive: Jacob Liddle scores a try during the round 18 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Wests Tigers ...

The teenager groomed to be Robbie Farah's long-term successor would arguably have been Jason Taylor's first option to replace the axed the State of Origin skipper. But the Tigers confirmed the salary cap strain means Jacob Liddle won't play NRL again this year.

Dragons eye unwanted Farah

Old mates: Robbie Farah and Tiger-turned Dragon Benji Marshall.

St George Illawarra have re-emerged as a potential destination for Robbie Farah in a development that could save the NSW hooker's NRL career.

Tigers dump Farah from first grade

Punted: NSW hooker Robbie Farah has lost his NRL spot with the Wests Tigers.

Wests Tigers star Robbie Farah has been dropped from the NRL squad by coach Jason Taylor despite playing all three matches for NSW in this year's State of Origin series.

The story behind Addo-Carr celebration

Josh Addo-Carr thinks of his uncles each time he scores a try.

Josh Addo-Carr doesn't immediately recall how many uncles he has behind bars. But he knows they're watching, which is why he has no plans to ditch his try-scoring tribute.

Impressive debut ends Tiger's season

Try-scoring debut: Jacob Liddle.

The Wests Tigers were forced to apply to the NRL for a salary cap exemption to hand a first grade debut to teenage hooker Jacob Liddle, who is unlikely to feature in the top squad for the rest of the season.

Tedesco credits mystery mentor

Out of the shadows: New Blues fullback James Tedesco.

James Tedesco endured an equally arduous task recovering from the mental scars of debilitating knee injuries as he did overcoming the physical aspect of it. But a mystery mentor has helped him overcome the demons.