Gloucester sign Fijian powerhouse
NEWS: Gloucester Rugby announced that the club has signed Fijian international Albert Tuisue ahead of the 2022-23 season.
The 28-year-old will add some serious fire power to the Cherry & Whites and is known for his strength and carrying ability in the loose. A versatile forward, Tuisue can play across the back five of the scrum.
With 11 Fiji caps to his name, Tuisue joined London Irish in 2019 and has gone on to make over 50 appearances for the Club, earning a huge number of admirers across the Premiership.
Tuisue will join the Cherry and Whites ahead of the 2022-23 season and Head Coach George Skivington is looking forward to welcoming him to Kingsholm.
“We are hugely excited that Albert has opted to join us at Kingsholm.
“He’s renowned for his physical presence on the field and explosive ball carrying, but ultimately he’s a player that gives everything for the cause, which is the exactly the kind of characters that we want representing this Club.
“I know he will be determined to finish off his season in style, and we look forward to welcoming him on our journey in the summer.”
Chief Operating Officer Alex Brown was equally as pleased to be welcoming the Fijian international.
“I know Albert is a player who has gathered a huge amount respect since his arrival in the Gallagher Premiership and we are delighted he will be joining us.
“We are building a very special group and environment under George’s stewardship, and Albert’s character matched with his passion and determination on the field makes him a very exciting addition to our squad.”