Wests Tigers Podcast 0291

Joel, Steve, Declan and Garry talk everything Wests Tigers!

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Roll up! Roll up! It’s the greatest show in town! Well, the Wests Tigers certainly remains a circus with our Chairman being one of the main ring leaders.

On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast, we address the unprofessional and unwarranted criticism of our pod and petition in the News Ltd. press.

A story that seemed to be propagated by Wests Tigers Chairman Lee Hagipantelis, we’ve been singled out as being divisive and setting back the prospects of Benji Marshall and the team in season 2024.

Why? Because we asked our fellow Wests Tigers fans to support our calls for a review of the administration and governance of the Wests Tigers.

The majority shareholders of the club, the Holman Barnes Group, agreed that answers needed to be found and launched that review.

Hit play or download to hear our response to the latest developments.

There are plenty of other topics to discuss as well.

We take a look at the re-signing of Starford To’a until the end of 2026. Was it a good move to give Starford another two years on his contract? What was the thinking behind this decision?

Speaking of centres, reports suggest Bradman Best might be on the Tiger’s radar with the club allegedly ready to hand over $800,000 a season for the Knights and Blues centre. A good move, we put that under the microscope.

Declan and Garry weigh in on the loss of young half Alex Conti to the Bulldogs. Is it another disaster in the making?

And the proposal to move the Wests Tigers to a brand new 20,000-seat stadium is also on the agenda of the latest edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.

1 Comment

  1. The bullshit about us ripping the club apart for asking for a review is crap. There wouldn’t be a review needed if the current board was doing it’s job correctly. With no secrets and a right to vote for board positions by fans .

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