It was one of the shortest contracts in NRL history.
Lasting just 28 days, Moses Suli's contract with the Bulldogs come to end earlier today after he was unable to adapt to the high standards set by new coach Dean Pay, according to Bulldogs Chief Executive Andrew Hill.
In fact it was only two weeks ago, it was reported by NRL.com, Suli had been sent home from training for being late and failing to perform at training, just days into his new life at the Belmore club.
Well, The Daily Telegraph's Dean Ritchie, joined Triple M's The Rush Hour with MG and detailed exactly what led to the Bulldogs deciding to release the 19-year-old.
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