MICHAEL CHAMMAS Canterbury v Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium, Thursday 7.45pm
DOMINIC BOSSI Under-fire Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter blamed the club's growing injury toll for yet another defeat that his players described as "embarrassing". To make matters worse, their casualty ward could be set to grow as Aaron Woods left the field with a knee injury.
DOMINIC BOSSI There are no signs of Wests Tigers misery ending as the troubled club suffered their second-successive humiliating defeat in a week, slumping to a 48-4 loss to Sydney Roosters on their hallowed turf of Leichhardt Oval.
MICHAEL CARAYANNIS Braith Anasta has played his last game after the Wests Tigers veteran announced his immediate retirement from the game.
MICHAEL CARAYANNIS Leichhardt Council have hit out at the NRL, accusing the game's bosses of “not giving a damn” if the Wests Tigers remain in its Balmain heartland.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS It's been the fortnight from hell for the Wests Tigers, but there doesn't look to be a reprieve in sight with a game against the premiers set to be the final nail in the coffin for their season this Saturday night.
STEVE MASCORD Besieged Wests Tigers coach Michael Potter says he hopes he is judged on what he was able to achieve before Wests Tigers were engulfed and decimated by injury and intrigue.
STEVE MASCORD Professional sportsmen don’t need to open their mouths to get their coach sacked. They just have to play like Wests Tigers did against North Queensland, slumping to one of the club’s worst ever losses and crashing out of finals contention into the bargain.
Wests Tigers and Tim Sheens have announced they have resolved their long-running dispute.
Brad Walter and Michael Carayannis The internal divisions at Wests Tigers over plans to sack Mick Potter may unite the club behind him, with support growing for the embattled coach to retain his job beyond this season.
ANDREW WEBSTER The poisoned relationship between Robbie Farah and club management has reached rock bottom with revelations he hasn't spoken to chief executive Grant Mayer in almost a fortnight and accusations those "at the top" at the Wests Tigers are leaking to the media.
Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter struggling to field a team after Luke Brooks and Pat Richards scratched
ADRIAN PROSZENKO Of all the challenges facing Mick Potter, none is more pressing than finding 17 fit players to take to Townsville.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS North Queensland v Wests Tigers at 1300SMILES Stadium, Saturday 7.30pm
MICHAEL CHAMMAS Another day and yet another drama at the Wests Tigers, but prop Marty Taupau believes the team can ride the wave of adversity all the way to the finals.
MICHAEL CARAYANNIS A mentally fragile Robbie Farah sought counselling in a bid to deal with the fallout surrounding a range of off-field woes at the Wests Tigers.
Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter vows to get on with it as captain Robbie Farah skips post-match conference
Adam Pengilly Captain Robbie Farah skipped the post-match press conference and embattled coach Mick Potter vowed to get on with the job as the Melbourne Storm left the Tigers' final hopes hanging by a thread.
Adam Pengilly A week of in-fighting, bad press and now one of their own coming back to haunt them. If the Tigers thought the past eight days had been hard, they probably didn't count on one-time Tiger Town cult hero Marika Koroibete rubbing a fresh dose of salt into the widening wound.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter has revealed he contemplated walking out of the top job this week as a result of the drama that has engulfed the club over his future.
BRAD WALTER Wests Tigers chairman Mike Bailey has questioned whether a new NRL-controlled board due to take control of the club will be qualified to decide who should coach the team next season.
ADRIAN PROSZENKO Wests Tigers chief executive Grant Mayer has moved to clear the air with disgruntled captain Robbie Farah, saying: "If I've done anything wrong by him, I'm the first to apologise."
ANDREW WEBSTER The Wests Tigers are at breaking point after captain Robbie Farah told club officials he was not coming to training on Wednesday because he believes he has been hung out to dry over the demise of coach Mick Potter.
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 whether to extend his contract or sack him.
CHRIS BOULOUS It’s fair to say St George Illawarra five eighth Gareth Widdop loves playing the Wests Tigers.
BRAD WALTER A bitter fued has errupted between Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah and Gorden Tallis over claims by the former great that Farah had told him Mick Potter "couldn't coach".
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 moved within striking distance of the top eight with a 28-12 win at ANZ Stadium.
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.
BRAD WALTER The cost of an insurance policy being considered by NRL players will be $1 million per season but does not include a payment if they are forced to retire due to any pre-existing injury.
Brad Walter and Andrew Wu Cory Paterson believes Darius Boyd's recent off-field antics may have been a "cry for help" and expects the Newcastle international to receive greater support in his battle with depression than he did after going public in 2009.
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.
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”.