Tag: Sydney Roosters


Roosters confident of Tupou recovery with Cordner to race clock

The Roosters are confident winger [Sam Ayoub‘s client] Daniel Tupou has not suffered any serious damage from a neck injury but he was hospitalised after Sunday’s dramatic win over Canberra. Tupou was the cause of most concern for the premiers as he, Boyd Cordner and Latrell Mitchell all suffered alarming first-half injuries at Suncorp Stadium. Follow this story on NRL.com

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To Victor, the spoils: Radley puts the defence into Roosters’ title defence

Sam Ayoub‘s client Victor Radley was just eight years old and playing for the Clovelly Crocodiles when it became obvious he was very different. Radley was featured in Christian Nicolussi’s article on The Sydney Morning Herald, “Because Victor was so small and wore headgear, opposition teams used to run at him all the time,” Lam recalls. “But Victor would break bones

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Blues’ right edge: NRL.com experts have their say

Sam Ayoub‘s clients Blake Ferguson, Clint Gutherson, Nick Cotric, Daniel Tupou were among the NRL.com Experts’ selection on “who should play right wing and right centre for NSW this year”. Read the full article here


Roosters considering bid for Michael Lichaa after long-term injury to Jake Friend

The Roosters are considering signing out-of-favour Bulldogs hooker Michael Lichaa (Sam Ayoub‘s client) following the long-term injury to Jake Friend. In a report by The Mole on Wide Word of Sports, it says, Regular back-rower Victor Radley has been filling in at hooker in Friend’s absence in recent weeks. The Bulldogs are believed to be prepared to let Lichaa go

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Victor Radley could become a world-class No.9: Robinson

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson says enforcer Victor Radley (Sam Ayoub‘s client) can be the one of the NRL’s marquee hookers. AAP’s Steve Zemek tells this story for Yahoo! Sport.  Read more here  


The NRL players investing in the property market

Sam Ayoub‘s client, Sydney Roosters’ Lock-Hooker Victor Radley was featured in the article written by Owen Roberts on News.com.au: “They may be renowned for their incredible feats on the field, but rugby league’s top players are just as interested in the property market as they are in grand final glory.” Read full story here