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Jason Taylor tossed on scrapheap as Tigers' recycling plan fails | Nick Tedeschi

Regardless of his qualities or style, the writing was on the wall early for Taylor with few recycled coaches enjoying the instant success demanded by NRL clubsYou could say Jason Taylor’s time at the Wests Tigers was doomed from the very beginning. Not because of the qualities he brings to a team or his personal style or the brand of football he eschews. Not because the Tigers are an organisation undermined by institutional instability or overrun by player power or anchored by a star-crossed fate.The...

Read 11 months ago, The Guardian, Wests Tigers

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