Robbie Farah

I want to give back to Lebanon: Farah

Those are the immortal words of coach Herb Brooks (portrayed by Kurt Russell in the film Miracle) ahead of the USA's shock win over the USSR in the 1980 Winter Olympics ice hockey gold medal match. 

Farah still confident on Origin

The 33-year-old played 80 minutes in the Round 1 loss to the Wests Tigers, but has been restricted to 51, 48, 49, 7 and 38 minutes since then, with Farah starting the last two games from the bench and Damien Cook promoted to the run-on side. 

Farah relishing attack licence and Cook combo

It's no secret the NSW Origin No.9 had his attacking licence revoked during an unhappy final spell at the Wests Tigers but the past fortnight has seen Farah begin to show that along with halves Cody Walker and Adam Reynolds, fellow Souths dummy-half Cook and now-fullback Alex Johnston the club has the makings of a slick spine.

Farah feeling the love at the Rabbitohs

Farah added spice to his new side's NRL season-opener against the Tigers by making it clear there was still lingering resentment between him and coach Jason Taylor.

Addressing his tumultuous exit from Concord for the first time, he described his time under Taylor as "unhappy."

He had a chance to publicly extend an olive branch to Taylor, who won a power struggle to force out the NSW State of Origin rake, however refused to comment on their relationship.

‌"I'm not going to talk about that, to be honest that's in the past," Farah said.

Robbie Farah injures biceps at training

According to, Farah will "continue to train and is not in any danger of missing any football in 2017."

He has knocked back the option of surgery in order to be right for the start of the NRL season in March.

Any operation on the muscle usually leaves the player sidelined for at least three months.

The NSW State of Origin hooker's Friday night showdown with the Tigers and former coach Jason Taylor is one of the highlights of the opening round, on March 3 at ANZ Stadium.

Farah set to leave Tigers for Sydney rival

Farah will reportedly leave the Tigers and head to Redfern for the 2017 season with an announcement expected in the next two days.

Fox Sports reporter James Hooper reports that Cronulla was close to nabbing Farah before the Origin hooker opted for the Bunnies.

“If you had asked me a week ago I would have said all roads lead to up up Cronulla, and Robbie Farah joining the Cronulla Sharks, being in the Shire next season,” Hooper told NRL Tonight.

Wests Tigers hope for good news on Farah

The incident occurred in the 23rd minute when Farah attempted to pressure a kick from Canterbury five-eighth Josh Reynolds.

Farah's head appeared to make contact with Reynolds's hip before the 32-year-old's head slammed into the ANZ Stadium turf. 

Play was stopped for eight minutes with medical staff from both clubs monitoring his wellbeing before he was stretchered from the field to a rousing round of applause from the 20,936 fans in attendance. 

Club officials said Farah was conscious and moving and it is believed he was sent to hospital shortly after half-time.