Manu Tuilagi: Pacific Islanders are shocked by life in Europe

Manu Tuilagi has already called for better support for Pacific Islands players in the EU just to get rid of a sort of honest errors, which almost saw him deported from Great Britain in 2010.

Being England centre, Manu has joined the Pacific Rugby Players Welfare board in order to assist players of Islands heritage to withstand the so-called “culture shock” of living in Britain as well as Europe.

Leicester along with the Rugby Football Union effectively campaigned to stop Samoa-born Tuilagi being bitterly deported over residing in the United Kingdom for up to six years on an expired holiday visa.

Tuilagi’s assured that such a support network as PRPW could have helped to avert the unwitting mistakes, which nearly ceased his rugby career in England.

As Tuilagi revealed the overall situation with the visa frustrated the entire team. However, the rugby player of Pacific Islanders hasn’t offered reporters any further details.