Other notable big names take sides in the mulch-faceted debate.
The ethics of the Robbie Farah-Gordon Tallis has seen the feud breed new sagas with Matthew Johns and Darryl Brohman exchanging words on Friday.
On The Footy Show, Brohman was asked for his opinion’s on the saga to which he replied he believed Tallis was out of order speaking publicly.
“(Tallis) said he got put a corner by Sam Ayoub (Farah’s manager) on the radio, his integrity was questioned. Well, mate, I think his integrity has been questioned a lot more now that he has come out and said that. He shouldn’t have done it,” he said.
“You don’t give up blokes and it was 15 months ago. I just thought it was poor form from Gorden.
“He is a Queenslander and I like him a lot, but that is a bad mistake. You don’t give up blokes.”
Johns then fired back on Friday night saying Tallis had the right to defend his former club teammate in current Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter.
“(Tallis) is the most honest bloke I know,’’ Johns said. “As far as what Darryl was saying, I will tell you what: I’ll let you take a pick, who would you rather go into battle with, Gorden Tallis or Darryl Brohman?”
Brohman later took to Twitter with this: “A little surprised by Matt Johns’ reaction to what I said. No feud from my end. However I stand by everything I said.”