Rugby League, Manu Vatavei Should Be Kicked Off the Team

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  • Published : April 8, 2013
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Some consider him as one of the best wingers in the current nrl,but yet why is it frustrating watching one of the best play so poorly.news papers have visited this topic before “its time for the beast to go” and I am here to revisit this topic and expose why it is time for him to go.the error rate of manu vatavei is what makes the beast a dangerous player,the decisions he makes defensively, the risky plays he makes.i say its time to let a new up and coming nrl player take the beast shirt and move the beast off the team on to the managers team. Manu vatavei is a great player, one of the only warriors to pass the 100th try milestone.2005 rookie of the year hes a inspiration to the warrior team. This 6.4 ft height rugby league prodigy isn’t called the beast for no reason.i acknowledge the way manu vataei used to play the game, he was a young and vibrant player that would scare the opposition by his massive masculare phasic.give him the ball and he would charge over players like a bulldozer.but these were the glorious days when the beasts performed wonderfully. Fastforward 5 years to the present and his mistakes are what hes known for, teams purposely attack his side because he is the weak sied of the team. High balls,long balls, a normal catch worrys the crowed when approached to manu, hes nrl most droped ball player. Its basics but yet he still has problems in this area.commentators comment on the same topic. Weshould be having shivers down our spine because of what magic they will create, not because were scared of
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