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August 14, 2019 04:48 AM PDT

Well, the Wests Tigers have done it again - losing a match that was not only vital to their semi-final hopes, but also a match they were favoured to win.

What went wrong against the Bulldogs? Joel and Eddie try to get to the bottom of why the Tigers continually seem to fall at important hurdles.

Is it a mental issue? Lack of skill? Or just a realistic sign of where the club and the roster is at.

The boys also talk about the positives from the match, the Luke Garner sin-bin (and subsequent suspension) and the ongoing strong performances from Ryan Matterson.

All and that more on this week's edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast...

August 06, 2019 02:33 PM PDT

On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast we look back on one of the Wests Tigers best victories on 2019.

After trouncing the Knights, Wests Tigers stepped it up a gear against the Cowboys, putting on a big performance in front of a joyous Leichhardt Oval crowd.

On this edition we look back at the game, where it was won and look at what the Tigers need to do to beat the Bulldogs this weekend.

Joel and Eddie also discuss the re-signing of Jacob Liddle, and the possibility of adding Jessie Ramien and the Gold Coast's AJ Brimson to the team.

There's also discussion around rumours the Wests Tigers are linking up with Fiji to give players from the Pacific Island nation a better pathway to the NRL.

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July 29, 2019 04:47 AM PDT

Winners are grinners and there would be plenty of smiles around Concord Oval this week after a big weekend for the Wests Tigers.

The Tigers beat the Knights in NRL, and then all the clubs other teams, including the Canterbury Cup side, also walked away with victories too.

On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast we look back at the hard-fought win over Newcastle and bring you some breaking news in regards to Robbie Farah.

There's also discussion around Wests Tigers contract news and we look back at a plan to improve the game of rugby league put forward over 30 years ago by league legend, John Peard.

And we take a look at the results of a poll on the Wests Tigers Forum which asked Wests Tigers fans where they want the club to play home matches in the future.

All that and more Wests Tigers discussion on this edition with Joel Helmes and Eddie Otto...

July 22, 2019 05:23 AM PDT

The Wests Tigers Podcast continues to roll on through what is proving to be an interesting year at the joint venture club.

This week, with Joel Helmes back from his Italy trip, the discussion centres around some of the recent developments that have occured at the Wests Tigers.

These include the appointment of a new General Manager of Football and a new recruitment officer too.

Josh Reynolds has been told he's free to look for a new club - the boys look at the likelyhood of that happening.

Should Chris Lawrence retire or move on? How about Robbie Farah? And with the Wests Tigers looking unlikely to play finals football again this year, is it worth giving some rookies a run?

And Joel and Eddie talk Michael Maguire and the big spray he delivered after the loss to the Raiders.

All that and more for you on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast...

July 08, 2019 06:27 AM PDT

A good performance but no chocolates for the Wests Tigers in their clash with the Roosters at the weekend.

On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast Eddie Otto is joined by special guest co-host, Wests Tigers tragic, Matt Taylor.

The boys talk about the Roosters match, where the game was won and lost and what positives the good guys can take away from the 24-16 loss.

After the recent re-signing of several Wests Tigers players, Eddie and Matt chat about the state of the Wests Tigers roster for 2020 and beyond.

Listen in or download this edition of the podcast for a recap of NRL Round 16 and a preview of the State of Origin decider...

July 08, 2019 06:16 AM PDT

Eddie Otto is flying solo on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast!

Join Eddie for a preview of the game against the Roosters, as well as a look at all the upcoming action from NRL Round 16.

There's also a look at the re-signing of Josh Aloiai by the club.

And Eddie rewinds the clock back to the early days of the Wests Tigers with a look at two halves that represented the club in the first couple of years of the joint venture.

July 02, 2019 08:53 AM PDT

Two in a row! The Wests Tigers got up over the Bunnies last Thursday night and it's great to bring you another edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast post another much needed win.

Things are a little different for us this week, Eddie Otto is flying solo while Joel Helmes soaks up the sun in Florence and Rome.

Eddie talks about the win over Souths, where we might still be able to improve and the good signs that have come out of our last two games.

What's going on with the surface at the Wests Tigers new home, Bankwest? And does the new stadium really feel like home? Eddie tries to answer those questions this week.

And Eddie also looks back at all the NRL action from round 15.

June 25, 2019 04:32 PM PDT

The Wests Tigers are back in action this Thursday night when they take on the Rabbitohs at BankWest Stadium in Parramatta.

Ahead of that round 15 NRL clash we take a look at the latest Wests Tigers news, including the re-signing of Corey Thompson.

Joel and Eddie also discuss the loss of Tyson Gamble and Mahe Fonua and look at who might be able to come into the Wests Tigers squad before June 30.

Also on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast the boys give their mid-year report card on each player that has taken the field for the Tigers so far in 2019. Has anyone earned a 10 out of 10? And which players are falling below a pass mark so far? You'll find out this week.

And a walk down memory lane takes us back to the final days of the Wests Magpies and Balmain Tigers and into the very early days of the Wests Tigers with discussion about two whole-hearted Wests Tigers players.

We hope you can join us for this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast...

June 18, 2019 04:24 AM PDT

The Wests Tigers scored a gritty (lucky?) win over the North Queensland Cowboys last Friday night and on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast we look at what worked and maybe what didn't in the one point win.

Tim Mannah? Nope, the Eels veteran isn't coming to the Tigers. Disappointed? Concerned or relieved? There's a bit of all three from Joel and Eddie this week.

Hit play or download this podcast too for a look at the top three things Justin Pascoe, the previously sidelined Wests Tigers CEO, should have on his to-do list.

We also talk about who should be the Wests Tigers fullback moving forward, the NSW State of Origin team and look back at the other NRL matches from round 14.

Don't miss this week's edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast!

June 13, 2019 03:46 PM PDT

There's been a whole lot more Wests Tigers news in recent days and we cover the lot here on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.

Hit play or doanload this podcast for discussion around the potential signing of Eels veteran Tim Mannah.

We also talk about not talking...that is the now reportedly non-talking relationship between Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire and prop Russell Packer.

The Mole reports that Robbie Farah is going to hang up his boots at the end of the year, the veteran being replaced in the 2020 Wests Tigers squad by Jacob Liddle and new signing Jake Simpkin.

We talk about the naming of Benji Marshall and Esan Masters in the New Zealand squad to take on Tonga.

Our focus also falls to tonights match against the Cowboys in Townsville and we look back on two very skilled Wests Tigers forwards from days gone by.

All that and more on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast with Eddie Otto and Joel Helmes...

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