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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by NYEagle, May 22, 2016.
Looks down for the year. Damn, what a waste, feel sorry for him. Such a champ. NYEagle
wish you a good recovery Peta
Unfortunately the ex manly curse has stuck again. First Watmough, foran now Hiku. Sad to see it happen to Hiku
What happened to him? Poor fella wish him well.
He was injured in a tackle. A titans player landed on his leg while it was twisted, looked terrible. And he was clearly in pain. They are not sure exactly at this stage, but he may have injured his ACL. (The tackles were players are coached to twist the legs, ankles and whatever else of the person they are tackling are causing far too many injuries IMO.)
You can add Whare to that list as well. Guthbo better keep himself wrapped in bubble wrap
Apparently Penrith have released Hiku and he's joining Warrington next week. Yes he has his critics but I think its a shame. He's only 24 and would be a handy utility back somewhere. Just saying.... Hope Peta does well in the ESL.
I read that the riff wanted to off load him and that he was one of their highest paid players - surely that isn't correct, when they have tomou, merrin, moylan, cartwright etc who must all be on way more than Hikku
Gus was parading him around as a massive signing Hiku another victim of versatility
They have Peachy for versatility . The Salary cap only fits one and the Panthers chose the more dominant Peachy to wear it
Abit of a shame because i liked hiku seemed like a really good bloke. Hope it works out for him.
how well did he fit in at full-back for us? Surely some club is crying out for a fb??? Doggies??? Understand now, Warrington, young man
Give it a rest @BOZO kid was excellent for us and deserved better when we let him go. Injuries aren't something anyone can plan for and he deserves to be payed well and play long into his mid twenties at least. Not everyone has an amazing career. Just making it in the NRL is something to celebrate.I wish him well. Was caught between a snake and a hard shoulder and a killer lion for us, like whare and gutho.
I agree with you he is a solid player but unfortunately there are no NRL takers on him
Will never forget how good he was in 2013 in our run to the grand final. Shame he missed out on the big day.
He played at his best under Toovey . Toovey brought the best in him
Strange. He is too young to access his English superannuation just yet!
I'm just glad he isn't with us ****ing pretender
We might have won it if we had a fullback on two legs that day. There were other factors too I know.
I wholeheartedly agree with you. That was my sentiment as well prior to the match that could've let us down and I think he would've done exceptional had he been in the #1. Funnily enough I bumped into him on GF day at the ground before kick off and had a pic taken with him. But in saying that Brett was our man and he did what he could, and as you say other factors. Would've, should've, could've.