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M aybe 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 , their finals hopes finished by Canberra. He had fallen out with coach Jason Taylor and was dropped to reserve grade despite playing State of Origin that year.
The scene was poetic but the undercurrent was poisonous. It was a genuine middle finger. That was the Tigers finale Farah seemed destined to live with. His NRL finale seemed even more bleak. After shifting to South Sydney in , he found himself stuck behind Damien Cook and managed just two top grade appearances for the club in Playing NSW Cup at North Sydney Oval and Henson Park might be a spectacle for the purists but it looked an undignified farewell for arguably the best hooker not named Cameron Smith to don a boot this century.
He was a Tiger, not a Bear. And he, mercifully, would be a Tiger again, returned to his rightful home midway through the season, a combination of fortune and fairytale that allowed Farah an encore at Leichhardt. It was a return of a prodigal son moment but it was also a genuine catharsis for both a club that was struggling with its identity and a club legend renowned for his ability to carry resentment as well as he could carry the club during lean years and good.
The Tigers did not play finals football in and are teetering on the precipice this year but the club is in a much better spot. They have made peace with Farah and fellow club legend Benji Marshall. They found a coach who will work. They started priding themselves on stability, grit and hard work.
The club today is very much a reflection of Farah the player. After years in the wilderness, happy to play shootout footy and churn through coaches and find trouble with bad signings, the Tigers seem to finally be recognising what they had at their disposal all along. There is little question that Farah is the greatest player in the year history of the Wests Tigers.