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Sharks hooker Michael Ennis has had his say on the drama at the Wests Tigers, and the treatment of Club captain and NSW Blues number 9, Robbie Farah.

Ennis - in speaking from personal experience having left the Bulldogs at the end of the 2014 season - said that the way the Tigers have handled the matter leaves a little to be desired, and that Farah may be set to struggle to pick up a club, with most salary caps 'full' ahead of the 2016 season.

Fellow NRL360 regular Benji Marshall weighed in on the debate as well, and said that his good mate Farah is 'stubborn', and may stay at the Tigers against the clubs apparent wishes.

Watch the NRL360 segment with Ennis and Marshall, now playing on Sharks TV courtesy of Fox Sports Australia. 

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