Wests Tigers Podcast that looks at all the latest happenings at the famous NRL club, Wests Tigers.
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We have something quite different for you on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.Instead of hearing from us, we have invited some fellow Wests Tigers fans onto the pod to get their take on a number of pressing Wests Tigers issues.Garry Watson and Steve Stretton share the hosting duties with Aidan and Yioti, two long-term fans of the joint venture serving as special guests.On the agenda is the Wests Tigers coaching saga. Thoughts on missing out on Cameron Ciraldo, and who should be our Plan B.The boys also share their thoughts on the future of Luke Brooks, the make-up of the spine moving forward, and what might be able to be salvaged out of what has been a pretty disappointing 2022 season.There's also an analysis of the club's current strengths and weaknesses and a look ahead at what the Wests Tigers might be in five years' time.We thank our special guests for their contribution and we hope to be able to hear from more of our fellow fans on future editions of the Wests Tigers Podcast.
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It's another disappointing day for the Wests Tigers and the club's many fans, this time with our primary coaching target saying "no".The Penrith assistant, Cameron Ciraldo won't be taking up the big five-year contracting contract that we offered.What does this mean for the club? Who is responsible for missing out on the person we volunteered as our main target for the vacant job?On this edition of the podcast, Joel Helmes is joined by Declan McCutcheon, Eddie Otto, and Garry Watson for a look at where the coaching situation stands now.With Ciraldo out of the picture, who could be our Plan B? Who are the other coaches that should be considered? Is John Morris the next in line? Shane Flanagan? Kristian Wolfe or even Tigers legend, Todd Payten?And, are there any options or scenarios that we might not have foreseen (i.e. Sheens picking up the clipboard for a couple of years).It might not be the cheeriest time to be a Tiger, but we still hope you enjoy our chat.
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It's rep round, which means the Wests Tigers don't get a chance to make amends for the disappointing showing against the Bulldogs last weekend.But while the Tigers might not be in action, that doesn't mean there isn't still plenty of Wests Tigers topics to discuss.On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast, Eddie Otto is joined by Garry Watson and Steve Stretton for a chat on all things Tigers.On the agenda, Daine Laurie and his use of social media, in particular, a few game-day antics which may not be completely professional.There's also a discussion around Brett Kimmorley, is he in over his head in the Wests Tigers interim coach role?Do we have any regrets now about sacking Michael Maguire?There's an update on the Wests Tigers coaching situation, as well as a look at a story that has been right across the rugby league media - the mooted dropping of Luke Brooks.And there's also an update in regards to an upcoming special edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.Enjoy this big edition of the pod while we all enjoy a weekend without the (lately quite regular) stress and heartache!
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A bit like the Wests Tigers at CommBank Stadium yesterday, Wests Tigers Radio had a couple of shaky moments last night.Well, it was just a couple of technical gremlins at the start of the live show.This edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast picks up the action after a bit of a false start, Joel Helmes is joined by Garry Watson and Declan McCutcheon.What went wrong against the Bulldogs? Naturally, that was the focus of the live Sunday night show.We also take a look at some interesting post-game comments made by our interim coach, Brett Kimmorley.The coaching saga is also discussed, with one member of the team so adamant Cameron Ciraldo isn't coming that he's made quite the commitment.Do we need to sure up our forward pack in the short term after releasing Thomas Mikaele and Luciano Leilua?There's a lot of listener engagement through the Wests Tigers Podcast Forum as well.The Wests Tigers might not be humming along at the moment, but we also still manage to have a laugh or two on this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.
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The latest mid-week edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast is warmed up and ready to go.Eddie Otto is joined by Garry Watson and Joel Helmes for a look at the latest Wests Tigers news and issues.We start the show with a tribute to a dedicated Wests Tigers fan who recently passed away, Geoff Chisholm (AKA Geo).On a brighter note, it has been announced that the Wests Tigers will soon have a WNRL side. We take a look at what that might bring to the club and the game-day experience.Lock it in, or lock it up! That's a new segment Eddie has devised in recent days which aims to look at whether his recent grumpiness with the club is justified or an overreaction.Some of the topics in that segment include; Is Campbelltown a happy hunting ground for other sides? Is Hastings on the slide? Is Kimmorley out of his depth?We again take a look at what a 'Development Coach' is, or isn't.Discuss the latest twists and turns as the Wests Tigers go through the process of finding a new head coach.Give our predictions for this weekend's game against the Bulldogs, and Garry takes on Garry (yes, that's right) in the quiz.We hope you enjoy the latest edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast.
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It was mostly a pretty bleak day for the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Stadium yesterday afternoon.Yes, the lower grades won their matches, but the NRL side once again faded badly in the second half.This edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast is a replay of our live Sunday night broadcast on Wests Tigers Radio.On the agenda, naturally, was the loss to the Sea Eagles. Was Brent Naden's send-off justified? What are the main areas of our play that lets us down?We discuss the changes that interim coach Brett Kimmorley might make in the coming weeks, including the prospect of blooding some of the club's next-generation players for our next match against the Bulldogs.There's a bit of talk too about the coaching situation, and we ask the question - will continued poor on-field results put more pressure on the board and CEO?And of course, plenty of listener interaction through the Wests Tigers Podcast Forum.It might not have been a very memorable afternoon for the Tigers, but we still hope you enjoy this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast with Joel, Steve, and Declan.
I have been a long suffering Wests Tigers fan living overseas since 2008. Love the podcast and hearing about the tigers from a non-journalists point of view. Keep up the good work boys!
Perfect to ease the pain.
A must for any suffering tigers fan.
How long till the next pod cast boys?