Farah refused to be interviewed by Triple M after the Tigers’ loss to the Dragons on Sunday.
A bitter feud has erupted between Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah and Gordon Tallis after the league great claimed Farah told him Mick Potter “can’t coach”.
Speaking on Triple M radio, Tallis alleged that Farah questioned Potter’s coaching ability in a private conversation 12 months ago.
“Robbie Farah told me to my face when I was on Triple M last year on a Saturday show, he told me that Mick Potter can’t coach,” Tallis said.
“I don’t go on Chinese whispers, I go on what he told me.”
Farah was livid with the claims and furiously denied to be interviewed by Triple M after his side’s 28-12 loss to the Dragons with reports team-mate Aaron Woods stepped in to cool the situation.
Speaking at the post-match press conference, Farah denied making the claims to the Broncos legend.
“I’m not happy about it and he knows I’m not happy about it,” Farah said.
“It’s completely false. I don’t have to sit here and justify myself and Mick’s relationship.
“We’ve got a job to lead this club and we’re doing the best we can.
“Some people out there need to go and get their facts straight before they want to run their mouth off.”