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If they play there best team they be really hard to beat .

1. Roger Tuivasa -Sheck

2. Ken Maumalolo

3. BJ Leiluia 

4. Stephen Critchon

5. David Noufaluma 

6. Anthony Milford 

7. Dylan Brown

8. Junior Paulo

9. Jarome Luai

10. Payne Haas

11. Sonny Bill Williams

12. Josh Papali

13. Martin Tapau

14. Chanel Tevita Harris

15. James Fisher Harris

16. Nelson Asfoa Solomona 

17. Jaydn S’uA

This team will easily beat England and will give Tonga ,NZ and Australia big test. They have world class fowards that will steam roll nearly any pack. What Seperates them from Tonga is there spine with a legit halves pairing and an elite fullback . This team is a pipe dream in reality as most player will be selected for Australia/ NZ. 

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I can see a fair number of inconsistent performers in that list.


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1 hour ago, Futtocks said:

I can see a fair number of inconsistent performers in that list.

Plus, although it is a good side and there might be a chance they beat the top teams,  I don't think they'll steamroll them as they've also got quality forwards

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Luciano Leiliua is a really good player as well. They mighn`t win it but they are going to provide plenty of tough entertaining football.

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1. Some those will be playing for other countries

2. A fair few inconsistent players in that list

3. History suggests that when Samoa get together they just want to hang out with their mates and have a laugh, winning is secondary


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Jean Roque, Calendrier-revue du Racing-Club Albigeois, 1958-1959

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Hope they can get a solid squad together and build back up some of the cohesion and passion they had in 2014, it would be great to start the tournament with a close match to build some momentum 

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It would be nice to see Samoa challenge the big boys as it would be nice to see a competitive World Cup and more so a competitive international scene, that squad could certainly compete with the best of them but theres not much chance of seeing many of those names in the Samoa line up at the moment.

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