April 19, 2012
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July return to Clermont for Nalaga

By Lavenia Vuadreu

Napolioni Nalaga will rejoin French club Clermont in July, French media reports.

According to French daily, L'Equipe, Nalaga has signed on for ‘three seasons with ASM.’

Clermont Club is my heart and I feel more indebted to the club, friends, players and fans since my breach of contract, Nalaga said in an interview with the daily.

Arrived in Clermont in 2006, Nalaga finished as the Top 14 top try scorer in 2007-08 and 2008-09 and was voted player of the Championship of France in 2010. In March last year, his contract was terminated as he was unable to guarantee if he would return to France or not whilst on a trip to Fiji.

In an interview with Rugbynews.fr website, he said, “I do not see myself playing elsewhere than at Clermont in France”

Nalaga signed a one-year deal with the Western Force for this season’s Super XVs, but is unlikely to return to the franchise next season as he is out of contract.

On his form with the Force, Nalaga said he’s not very happy with his debut having only played three games since the start of the season.”

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