Warriors 1st Grader
- Sep 1, 2015
Ha ha , Leeds is a lovely City as is Yorkshire. In saying that , Perpignan and the South of France is a special place too.Heyzeuss spare me, I love Yorkshire, the people and the beer, but compared to the south of France? WTF is his agent?
Doubt he plays wing on that coin. He probably gets an opportunity to play fullback or something.Maybe that why he went to Leeds as may not have seen much ball with Konnie feeding him?
I am sad.Now confirmed.
Vodafone Warriors winger David Fusitua has been granted an immediate release from his contract and will continue his career in the English Super League.
“David has an opportunity to secure his future in the United Kingdom and wants the chance to make a fresh start,” said Vodafone Warriors recruitment manager Peter O’Sullivan.
“He has had a difficult time in 2020 and 2021 but, at his best, he is one of the leading outside backs in the game. Going to the Super League gives him the chance to rediscover his form.
“As our longest-serving Vodafone Warriors player he has made a huge contribution to the club. We thank him for his service and wish David and his family all the best for the future
where did u c how much he is getting paid? i read the stuff article and they dont sayDoubt he plays wing on that coin. He probably gets an opportunity to play fullback or something.
Honestly, he's far too good for Super League. But thats such a Fusitua move to go play in a league where he's still probably one of the best players while in second gear. He just wants to coast the rest of career.
He was on $500k odd and even if Leeds are paying like 60% of that (wild guess) then that’s a lot for a winger in super league with smaller salary caps. Which is why they probably looking at him as a fullback or to replace Hurrell at centrewhere did u c how much he is getting paid? i read the stuff article and they dont say
its amazing how many players have 1 amazing year and then disappear into mediocrity. I am disappointed that he never developed further for us but agree that this is defn best for the warriors.Wish David all the best. He was a good Warrior for a couple of years but never really delivered on his potential. I think he will be better suited to the UK.
Let's be honest if he stayed he was holding us back, so this is best for us and him I think.
its amazing how many players have 1 amazing year and then disappear into mediocrity. I am disappointed that he never developed further for us but agree that this is defn best for the warriors.