Josh Aloiai, a prop from Wantaway Wests Tigers, hit Lee Hagipantelis on Instagram after being accused by the club president.
Aloiai is pushing for immediate release from contracts with NRL clubs. Hagipantelis adamantly asks the club not to approve him.
Hagipantelis told foxsports.com.au that the Tigers would allow the star to “mow the lawn in Leichhardt and Campbelltown” rather than free him in the last year of the contract.
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Aloiai responded by posting the memes and captions of a man mowing the lawn with his face on top on his Instagram. “I’ll check if it’s a super fast track boy”
Aloiai told officials “I will not wear the jersey again”, calling for immediate release from the Tigers on Tuesday with the intention of joining Manly.
report Sydney Morning HeraldClaims that Aloiai’s manager Tyran Smith has contacted the club in recent weeks to request an extension.
Smith also represents Addin Fonua-Blake, who moved to Warriors to secure Brookvale’s salary cap.
Aloiai was also one of Michael Maguire’s strongest supporters during a season of growing speculation about the changing room crack.
However, the Samoan national representative has now changed his mind and has decided to leave the Tigers and propose a transfer to the Sea Eagles.