West Tigers legend Robbie Farah announces his retirement after a 17-year NRL career
- West Tigers legend Robbie Farah has used time for his 17-year NRL career
- 35-year-old Farah scored an attempt in his 300th NRL game last Saturday
- Hooker won the premiership with Tigers in 2005, played 16 State of Origin games
West Tigers legend Robbie Farah has mentioned the time in his 17-year NRL career with the 2019 campaign being the last.
35-year-old Farah scored an attempt in his 300th NRL match last Saturday with all but 26 of all matches with the joint venture club.
Farah had a two-season stint in South Sydney (2017-18) after he retired with the then-coached Tigers coach Jason Tigers.
West Tigers legend Robbie Farah has mentioned the time in his 17-year NRL career with the 2019 campaign being the last
The experienced whore won a premiership with the Tigers in 2005 and played 16 State of Origin games for NSW, while also representing Australia in eight Tests.
Tiger coach Michael Maguire recognized the role Farah played for the club.
& # 39; Robbie has played an incredibly important role in the history of this club, but his role in determining the direction for our team this year has been just as important & # 39 ;, Maguire said.
& # 39; As a leader, his competitiveness and desire to win is just as great as every player in the game. & # 39;
Farah will stand in line again for the Tigers when they organize the North Queensland Cowboys in Leichhardt Oval on Thursday evening.
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