South Sydney hooker Robbie Farah has been formally recognised for his longstanding contribution to coach sackings in the NRL.
Although remaining tight-lipped on whether he played a key role in the downfall of Souths coach Michael Maguire, Robbie thanked all who attended the event and hinted he may have lent some assistance to the decision.
“Look, I can’t take all of the credit, some of it belongs to the boys too, I’m just glad to be here and playing my role,” Farah told the media.
“I’ve seen a lot of coaches come and even more go, after a while you just know instinctively what needs to be done to get them fired.”
Farah says he is looking forward to his next coaching challenge next month.
“I’ll try to push the envelope this time and have him gone before the trials next year,” a confident Farah chuckled.
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