As NRL players seek to play regular first-grade, that is not always possible and so they make a decision to move on and search for an opportunity elsewhere that can see them play regularly.
For Sydney Roosters prop Lama Tasi, he falls into that boat, with the club today releasing him effective immediately, knowing full well that Tasi is on the lookout for a first-grade berth, something they cannot give him.
The 23-year old, who has played in 30 games during his time in the NRL leaves with good wishes for the club, with Roosters COO Brian Canavan reciprocating those sentiments.
â€œLama has a lot to offer the NRL and the club has taken this decision together with Lama based on what we consider in his best interests as a professional NRL player Viagra Online,” said Canavan.
â€œLama has been a popular clubman and terrific contributor to the Roosters both on and off the field. He has made many friends at the Roosters and on behalf of everyone at the club, we wish him the very best for the future.â€
The move has since been confirmed by the Brisbane Broncos, with Lama Tasi to join the club immediately.
Familiar to the area having attended Ipswich Grammar, Tasi returns to the area where he went to school and the club is pleased to have him on board for the rest of 2013.
“Lama will bring in some good size to our forward depth,” said Gee.
“We are very pleased we were able to secure an immediate agreement for him so he can join our squad for the 2013 season.”