Sia Soliola says no decision has been made yet on his future

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Saints' powerhouse pack man Sia Soliola could be returning to the NRL at the end of the season.

Coach Nathan Brown revealed that the "phone from Down Under" had been ringing regularly regarding the popular Samoan World Cup skipper.

Soliola himself, however, tweeted this morning that no decisions have yet been made about his future.

Brown said: "Sia has made the decision that he is going to home at the end of the season which is unfortunate for us, but all the clubs in Australia will be watching him.

"He is some player is Sia and he will be sensational for someone in Australia.

'It's a big loss for us as a club but we are really happy for him - he loves it at the club, but it is probably more of a family move.

"They tell me there is a lack of quality on the market in Australia - well Sia has plenty of quality and I'm sure he'll do well."

Soliola, who had a powerful game against Cas and scored Saints' opening try, tweeted this morning: "Morning Tweeps.No decisions have been made on my future as of yet.Love this great club and people.But will know more in the next month or so."

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7:07am Mon 14 Apr 14

joecos says...

Will be a huge loss for Saints Sia will be long remembered as a great player & a great guy .But there comes a time when overseas players return home if/when you do return Sia wish you & your family all the very best .
Will be a huge loss for Saints Sia will be long remembered as a great player & a great guy .But there comes a time when overseas players return home if/when you do return Sia wish you & your family all the very best . joecos
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5:11pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Bill Bradbury says...

It just shows the value of Saints policy of producing home grown players who will (and do) fill the gap. He will be a big loss but life moves on.
PS if we lose to Wigan as far as I am concerned the season is a disaster. It's the only fixture that matters.
It just shows the value of Saints policy of producing home grown players who will (and do) fill the gap. He will be a big loss but life moves on. PS if we lose to Wigan as far as I am concerned the season is a disaster. It's the only fixture that matters. Bill Bradbury
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