- Jul 4, 2020
Imagine having Fainu back, not saying it would solve all our problems but man it would help.
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Pretty sure Levi is only on a 1 year deal so Des can at least look around for another optionFainu 1000% won’t be back this year his shoulder rules him out till next year !!
I really hope his case gets thrown out this year otherwise next year will be another year without a hooker
This has been a problem with a lot of players.Too much money and fame maybe. No wonder we are struggling now.The hardest part of a footy side is keeping it together.And I don’t mean just turning up to play either.The right mentality is getting rarer these days.Sorry that’s doubled up above. But this kid is such a dickhead idiot (is that a thing?). He’s up to his wazoo in legal problems and then he has a go at the boss of the game? Surely it’s time the club dragged him in by the ear and gave him a good understanding of how to operate in a civil society.
That's correct, just for 2020.Pretty sure Levi is only on a 1 year deal so Des can at least look around for another option
Was he holding a knife and doing gang hand movements ?That's correct, just for 2020.
For what its worth, I saw him on Sunday at the game and noticed his arm wasn't in a sling and he looked fine. Who knows how much his shoulder has recovered and/or how close he is to start training...
Don’t know why it is the clubs responsibility.Sorry that’s doubled up above. But this kid is such a dickhead idiot (is that a thing?). He’s up to his wazoo in legal problems and then he has a go at the boss of the game? Surely it’s time the club dragged him in by the ear and gave him a good understanding of how to operate in a civil society.
Perhaps Fainu should say who did the stabbing if it was not him. Oh that's right, gangstas are not rats .The Manly star has been indefinitely suspended by the NRL ever since he was hit with charges relating to the stabbing of a man at a church dance last year.www.smh.com.au