Warriors playmaker Ash Taylor has left the NRL, putting an end to speculation about his departure on Tuesday after tumultuous setbacks.
Since his debut at the Broncos in 2015, Yuwaalarai and Munanjali’s careers have been cut short by injuries and fluctuations in form, and he is struggling to match the price of the monster contract under which he once earned $ 1 million per season with the club. Titans of the Gold Coast.
In 2022, the 27-year-old footballer was limited to one match at his new home in Auckland.
Taylor signed a weekly contract with the Warriors after being released by the Titans in late 2021.
It is believed that the reason for Taylor’s decision to hang boots are long-term problems with the hips.
This is a disappointing ending for a man who was once touted by rugby league legend Matthew Jones as a potential “best player in the game”.
Although he has spent at three clubs, the 27-year-old is best remembered as Titan, playing in all but two of 116 career games with the Queensland team.
Taylor’s resume boasts 327 career points, a cap of all indigenous stars of 2017 and a victory in the “Newbie of the Year in Dally M 2016” competition.