mikaele ravalawa Football star in deep water for allegedly throwing disgusting four-letter insults at the referee
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mikaele ravalawa Football star in deep water for allegedly throwing disgusting four-letter insults at the referee

mikaele ravalawa Football star in deep water for allegedly hurling a disgusting four-letter insult at a referee.

mikaele ravalawa chances of returning to the St. team The George Illawarra NRL have been dealt another blow, with the winger sent straight to the NSWRL justice system for verbal abuse.

On Monday, the NSWRL accused Ravalawa of swearing at a touch judge during Friday’s New South Wales Cup match against Parramatta.

The winger was sent off late in the game after expressing his dissatisfaction that the Eels’ winning try was allowed even though it looked like it had been scored.

Ravalawa is believed to have told the referee “what the f**k, ****” after awarding the try, giving Parramatta an 18-14 lead.

Ravalawa apologized to the official after the competition.

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“I apologized after the match,” Ravalawa explained.
“It wasn’t professional and I apologize for that.”

On Monday, the NSWRL decided not to award Ravalawa a pre-determined grade, leaving the decision on the winger’s punishment to the court on Thursday evening.

When Ravalawa is at his best, he can be one of the most dangerous wingers in the NRL, scoring 67 tries in 96 games to lead the Dragons in 2021.mikaele ravalawa

However, it is now outside in Wollongong.

Ravalawa, who had a contract until the end of 2026, was released a week ago even though Saints already had a depleted defensive line.

It looks like he has passed Mat and Max Feagai, as well as Sione Finau, in the pecking order.

“He’s been struggling with knee and foot injuries over the last few months and I don’t think Mika was at his best,” coach Shane Flanagan said at the time.

“The group was told several times that I would give the veterans some freedom, but I had to field the best team.”

Any penalty will prevent Ravalawa from regaining selection for the foreseeable future, and the NSWRL suspensions will also carry over to the NRL.mikaele ravalawa