Rising South Star Being Paid Not To Play In Super

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by ..::ERIC::.., Oct 21, 2005.

  1. ..::ERIC::..

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    Probably for the best, he should be a big star in a few years and its good to see the NZRFU not rushing people into the spotlight.
     
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  3. But what can he play in the mean time?
     
  4. ..::ERIC::..

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    Nothing untill the start of club rugby I guess, which starts around May for most clubs. Perhaps a few games of tiddly winks.
     
  5. esoj

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    yeah nothing really until club rugby starts. until then guess he is stuck training with highlaners etc. Proabbly a good move long term especially if he has a shoulder injury. Also he is still young and he will get his chance soon enough. no point in stuffing up his career by risking his shoulder at super 14 level if hes not ready. good to see that the nzrfu will stay pay him something and are concerned about his welfare
     
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