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Featherstone sign Tongan International for 2014

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Bit strange to turn down the chance to play for super league teams to play for fev IMO

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Bit strange to turn down the chance to play for super league teams to play for fev IMO

Plenty of players have done that recently. Andy Ellis being one of them.

There's a certain lure about a club going places.

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If you are to be going places (super league) its not guna be for a couple of years at best n this new 2 tier of 12 teams (if it happens) must put plans back a few years? I mean the guy is 28 so has 4 years left at most surely he'll be retired by time fev get to super league.

Id of fought he would want to test himself against the best players in England week in week out while hes at his peak also would a SL team not be offering more money than fev?

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If you are to be going places (super league) its not guna be for a couple of years at best n this new 2 tier of 12 teams (if it happens) must put plans back a few years? I mean the guy is 28 so has 4 years left at most surely he'll be retired by time fev get to super league.

Id of fought he would want to test himself against the best players in England week in week out while hes at his peak also would a SL team not be offering more money than fev?

Fought? No need for violence old son.

I imagine that he's also bagged a job in the community department, which will nicely take care of the money side.

Then again, there are whispers of a raise in the cap sooner rather than later. The BOD were making noises about more signings to come of a similar standard. Maybe we might have a serious shot at a cup run next year, if we can get a more full time squad. That'll see him up against the better players.

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South Wales Scorpions have James Tutuila. There's a few foreign internationals in the lower leagues.

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