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In the Round 19 issue of Big League

We speak exclusively to Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter and get his view on where the club heads in the wake of Benji Marshalls request for a release from the final two years of his contract.

Jorge Taufua is in the unusual position of being eligible for four World Cup nations, and he is having a terrible time deciding where his loyalties will lie;

As Craig Gower prepares for his return to Penrith on Sunday, Jamie Soward outlines his desire to succeed Luke Walsh as the Panthers No.7 in 2014;

We catch up with Terry Fahey and Steve Edge to find out exactly how minnows Canberra upset the might of Parramatta 30 years ago;

Greg Alexander outlines his vision for a representative schedule that doesnt negatively impact the NRL or the television rights deal ; and

Rabbitohs prop Jeff Lima gets serious for long enough to reveal what his future holds when his football days are over.


We debate whether Chris Sandow has a future at Parramatta, Luke ODonnell talks about the negative public perceptions that have plagued his career, we name the top eight loyal clubmen in the games history and we catch up with a man who will on Friday night run out for his 350th NRL game.

All this and official team lists, comprehensive previews, Little League section for the young fans including James Segeyaro poster and the Roosters and Panthers face off in the latest round of our Cheerleader of the Year competition.
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