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Robbie Farah. (AAP)
Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter has given captain Robbie Farah time off to clear his head after a public feud with Gordon Tallis.

Gorden Talllis. (Getty)
Gorden Tallis is standing by his revelation that Tigers captain Robbie Farah said Mick Potter could not coach.

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