Sport 'I definitely felt mistreated at the time' - Benji reveals Tigers heartache

09:12  14 november  2017
09:12  14 november  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Wests Tigers favourite son Benji Marshall has lifted the lid on his rollercoaster relationship with his beloved club, from his heartache in 2013 to the tears of joy when he reunited with the orange and That was the hard part for me . “ I definitely felt mistreated at the time , I was angry there for a bit.

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Wests Tigers favourite son Benji Marshall has lifted the lid on his rollercoaster relationship with his beloved club, from his heartache in 2013 to the tears of joy when he reunited with the orange and black this year.

After stints in the Super Rugby followed by NRL tenures with the Dragons and Broncos, Marshall admitted he cried after finally moving back to Concord on a one-year deal.

“I cried, I’m not going to lie. I got very emotional when I thought about what it would be like to come back,” Marshall told 20FOUR.

“This is the first time I’ve been back since I signed and I still get goosebumps. I’ve got a lot of memories that go through my head.''

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But his relationship hasn't always been smooth sailing, and it hurt most when the club turned their back on one of their most loyal servants

Four years ago, Marshall was dirty at the Tigers after they refused to give him a pay increase as they looked towards the future in Mitchell Moses - who has now left the club - and Luke Brooks as their halves pairing.

He admitted that it cut him deep and it was hard to see past the anger inside.

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“2013 for some reason was just ugly on and off the field ... it’s probably one that I’d rather forget to be fair,” Marshall said.

“When you’re not wanted, how do you stay? That was the hard part for me.

“I definitely felt mistreated at the time, I was angry there for a bit.

“Just the feeling of not being wanted when you’ve been there for so long, and the feel of not feeling like a family after it felt like a family for so long is what hurt me the most.”

After essentially being shown the door, the 32-year-old tried his hand in rugby to escape, but it's one move he wishes he could take back.

“I don’t regret many things, but (I do regret) that whole Auckland Blues saga,” he said.

“I feel like I let the fans down in that department. Because I was a part of the Tigers family I didn’t want to play for any other rugby league teams, so I felt like union was my only option at the time.

“I felt like I wasn’t up to the standard at the time ... the (Auckland) coach came up to me and said it’s not working out the way we wanted it to ... if you want to go back to league here’s your opportunity.”

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That's all buried in the past now and Marshall is just happy to be back at home, no matter what his role.

With the club re-signing Luke Brooks and bringing Josh Reynolds to the club just this year, Marshall knows his game time may be limited, but it's a sacrifice he's willing to make just to be with his treasured club.

“(Cleary) said yep, no worries, as long as you know that when you come here I’ve got Brooksy playing halfback and Josh Reynolds playing five-eighth ... it could be a similar role to the one you’re playing at Brisbane,” Marshall said.

“I said I don’t care, I know what I can do at training. I explained to him how I thought I could help the club and the effect I could have.

“All the things I said to him must have had hit home because he made a decision pretty quick smart that he wanted me to be a part of those plans going forward.

“We didn’t talk about money ... I said if you’re happy, I’m happy, and we shook hands pretty much there and then.”

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