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Robbie Farah. (Getty)
Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah returned to training on Friday morning after being given time off by coach Mick Potter 'to clear his mind'.

Todd Carney poses with Schapelle and Mercedes Corby in Bali.
Todd Carney has been photographed getting close and personal with Schapelle Corby in Bali.

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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