Potter spoke to Channel Nine about his relationship with the Tigers captain.
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Sacked Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter has opened up on his relationship with Robbie Farah after reports the two had a tumultuous relationship.
The Tigers announced Potter’s sacking last week and he revealed on Channel Nine’s Sunday Footy Show that his relationship with the club captain wasn’t
“Robbie’s um … We’re okay on the surface. Robbie’s just trying to do the best for the organisation all the time and he does let his emotions get the better of him at times,” Potter said.
“We’re okay. We certainly had our issues through the year and I tried to address them as best I could.
“But it wasn’t just about trying to please Robbie, it was about trying to get the best out of our team and sometimes that doesn’t rub too well with him.”
Wests Tigers will appoint a new head coach no later than October 27.