South Sydney Rabbithoz has selected Knights Center Tota au Moga, who have signed a one-year deal, to keep him at the club until the end of 2021.
The 26-year-old has suffered a horrific injury throughout his career, and was once the “next big thing” in the rugby league.
Moga debuted in 2012 for full tricolors. Since then the Knights, Broncos, Cowboys and Rosters have played just 73 NRL matches – 8 breasts per season for just 8 games.
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Football chief Mark Allison believes the center will add a lot of depth and experience to his outfield.
“Totau is a great addition to our team next season because we want to add some experience to the depth of our background,” he said.
“Many injuries have stopped him throughout his career but when he is fit to play, he has proved that he can be the most destructive outsider in the game.
“He has been a part of winning teams all his NRL career and has played Test football.
“We are looking forward to including him in our squad this pre-season and pushing him for first-class selection on a weekly basis. ”
Moga has played three Tests for Samoa, and includes Jay Arrow, Tan Milan and Jacob Host as Rabbithoz recruits for next year.
He will fill the vacancy left by the recruitment of James Roberts by the Times.