After six consecutive seasons between France and England, the Fijian winger will return from Super Rugby for family reasons
The first months of next season may be the last in Europe for Nemane Nadulu. The Fijian winger will in fact leave the Leicester Tigers at the end of 2022 to return to Australia and play for Waratah in Super Rugby 2023, having reached an agreement with the English club to terminate his contract early.
Born in 1988, Nadolo played six consecutive seasons in Europe, first with Montpellier and then with Leicester. His last Super Rugby appearance dates back to 2016, with the Crusaders. The reasons for this early move to Australia are of a family nature, as confirmed by Nadolo himself.
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“I will always be grateful to the club for understanding my situation and allowing my family to return to Australia – the player said – I still have a lot to offer and I will be 100% committed to the Leicester cause.” “He has made the decision to return to Australia with his family and we, as a club, support him,” added Leicester boss Steve Borthwick.
Upon his arrival in England in 2020, Nadolo has played 37 games in the Tiger shirt so far, 30 of them as a starter, and scored 16 goals. The Fijians signed a one-year contract with the Waratahs, thus returning to the Australian franchise twelve years after the last time.
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