NO one likes losing — especially Manly.
And least of all young winger Brayden Wiliame, who is in line to achieve the most unwanted record in the NRL.
Since making his debut on June 7 in 2013 with Parramatta, the 23-year-old has never won an NRL game. In fact, he has lost 13 consecutive NRL matches — never getting the chance to sing the team song.
Manly coach Trent Barrett has chosen to persevere with the young winger again this week, meaning that if the Sea Eagles lose to Cronulla on Monday night, Wiliame will hold the NRL record for most losses since debut.
The unfortunate record is currently held by former Newcastle prop Daniel Tolar who suffered through 13 games after his debut before he tasted victory.
However, Wiliame can rest a little easier knowing he has a few games up his sleeve before he needs to panic.
The record for rugby league’s longest losing streak since debut is held by former Parramatta prop Marty Mckenzie, who lost 19 games on the trot with the Eels back in 1994 before he won one.