Joel and Eddie are in Tiger Territory for the first time as they record Podcast 6 at Wests Ashfield Leagues Club, as the season draws closer, being less than 8 weeks away.
In Part One the boys discuss the recent collapse of the Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League and what it could mean for the Wests Tigers. What could have led to this situation? Have Wests Campbelltown withdrawn some support for Rugby League in the area? Has the Campbelltown area been neglected? What does this mean for our home ground situation in th future? They also discuss the fact the First Grade side will play only one trial game in 2019, and whether that is a positive or negative.
Part Two is a bumper this week, with an in-depth discussion on whether Tim Simona should be re-registered in the NRL, and whether the Tigers should be interested. Plus could a move to the centres for Benji Marshall work best for the team in 2019; what is their personal favourite team to beat each year; and the boys also engage in a game of "More or Less" - would they like more or less - big stadiums, afternoon football, bunker involvement, high scoring games?
Joel and Eddie are back after a Christmas break with Episode Five of the Wests Tigers’ Podcast, after a dramatic few weeks of off-field headlines in Tiger Town.
In Part One the boys discuss the Salary Cap penalties and sanctions imposed on the Club in relation to Robbie Farah’s ambassador role.
They also touch on the breaking news of more off-field bad behaviour, with Michael Chee Kam in trouble.
Topics discussed in Part One include:
Were the monetary fines imposed on the Club too high?
Will deregistered CEO Justin Pascoe be back?
Should the Club appeal the sanctions?
Will the sanctions have an impact on 2019?
In Part Two the boys answer more questions from the Wests Tigers’ Forum, as well as discuss some New Year’s resolutions, as Wests Tigers’ fans, and if they were running the Wests Tigers.
They also talk about the A-League handing a Licence to the Macarthur/South West Sydney region, to play out of Campbelltown Stadium, and what impact that could have on the Wests Tigers.
Topics discussed in Part Two include:
What were our best and worst performances as a team in 2018?
Are there any off-contract players we can target for 2019?
Where will the Wests Tigers finish in 2019?
What individual milestone could be reached in 2019 including will Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah reach 300 NRL games in 2019?
Happy New year to all our listeners!
Joel and Eddie are back with Episode 4 of the Wests Tigers Podcast with a special Christmas edition.
In Part One the boys discuss what presents they would give some of the key figures at Wests Tigers for Christmas, including Michael Maguire, Josh Reynolds, Robbie Farah and Ryan Matterson.
They also discuss "gifts" for some recently departed players and officials, as well as a mouthpiece for the media, Benny Elias!
In Part Two the boys answer more question from the Wests Tigers Forum, as well as cover another segment of Buy/Sell or Hold.
Topics discussed include -
- Should NRL Games be taken overseas?
- Early predictions for 2019?
- Do Wests Tigers have too many jerseys?
- Can Chris Macqueen make an impact in 2019?
- Do the Wests Tigers need a proper theme song?
- Can the Club increase their home crowd averages from 17,291 in 2018?
- Plus plenty more, including a look back at the reigns of Tim Sheens and Mick Potter and whether they ended too early.
Merry Christmas to all our listeners!
It might be summer, that doesn't mean there isn't a lot going on at Wests Tigers!
On this third edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast we discuss the latest Wests Tigers news, including:
Zane Musgrove assault charge
Re-signing of Luke Brooks
The 2019 NRL Draw and how the Wests Tigers stand
Wests Tigers in the black, what making a profit means to the club
And in part two of this week's podcast we talk:
Wests Tigers Forum questions and comments
Worst moments in Wests Tigers history
Best moments in Wests Tigers history
Joel and Eddie are back for Wests Tigers Podcast Episode Two as the squad gets to work on the training paddock under new Head Coach Michael Maguire.
In Part 1 we take an in-depth look at the 2019 Roster by each position, as well as a quick look back at some of the positives and negatives from 2018.
In Part 2 the boys answer some of the questions posed for them on the Wests Tigers Forum, as well as naming from 5-1 their Greatest Players ever to play for the Wests Tigers.
Further discussion includes...
- How can the side improve in attack in 2019?
- Which players could emerge in 2019?
- Do we have the right mix in the forward pack?
- What we make of new signings Paul Momorovski and Ryan Matterson?
- Which position needs the most strengthening?
- Can Luke Brooks take his game to another level in 2019?
- What are the most pressing needs for the NRL currently from a fan's perspective?
Welcome to the first ever Wests Tigers Podcast! What a time to start a podcast about the greatest NRL team ever.
New coach, new season, some new players and a new hope for improved on-field results.
This week talk about...
The coach swap - goodbye Ivan Cleary and welcome Michael Maguire.
The signing of Zane Musgrove
Home grounds - how many is too many?
Is Jacob Liddle the future long-term hooker at Wests Tigers?
Do we need to get rid of the five captains strategy?
And does the NRL need to rethink Golden Point?
All that and more on this week's edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.