Samoan HeritageThe Samoan Heritage
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That potential Samoan XV is unbelievable.
As the Samoan team has been very much in the limelight in recent week, we'll take a look at what their start XV might have been like; although he initially declared his loyalty to the All Blacks, Nanai-Williams now seems to be trying to get back into the fight for the Samoan team before the World Cup.
Although he grew up in New Zealand, Sava's Samoan parent means he could have players for both nations. Sava is the most compared to Jonah Lomu in contemporary football and has been a consistent All Black side for years. There is no doubt that he would have been an even more important Samoa gambler if he had taken this path.
Although he was originally from Samoa and several older Brotherhoods played for the Samoan team, Manu chose England where he grew up and was trained. He still has close links with Samoa and would undoubtedly be a big win for the team, where he could have played half of an unbelievably good middle field outside of Nonu.
A Samoan legacy, Ma'a Nonu is another All Black who could have had a completely different global scareer. This All Blacks test vet has evolved into one of the best all-round centers in the business, using his strengths and powers to cross the payline. There is no doubt that his playing would be ideal for the Samoan side.
Another All Black with a Samoan heritage, Bill could have been a big hit on the South Seas island. Though the focus is on his physical location, Williams has been playing on the grand piano for the All Blacks and would probably be efficient wherever he has been used on the game.
Toomua' s dad is actually Samoan, which means that he could have always chosen Samoa if he hadn't made it into the Wallabies group. The flying half is an area where Samoa could have had more opportunities, so Toomua would be a welcome complement to the site. Fotuali'i was actually from New Zealand, but decided to go to Samoa to try his hand at the game.
Nevertheless, Fotuali'i has become one of the best half trash es in the worid and is today an important member of the team. There' s no doubt the All Blacks would have liked to have kept him in New Zealand. Chris Masoe may have chosen the All Blacks shirt, but instead he could have chosen the land of his birthday, Samoa.
Including Samoan folks, Vito is another all black that could have failed for the island' s inhabitants. In New Zealand he may be more used to play on the blind side, but he's too good to go to Samoa. He has fought his way back into the All Blacks and will now stay there until next year's World Cup.
But his Samoan heritage means he could have chosen Manu Samoa instead. Kaino could have been the Samoan skipper with his previous experiences, where he would undoubtedly have been a great enrichment for the group. Huatua is another All Black of Samoan origin who would undoubtedly have been a great addition to the group.
He was recently excluded from the All Blacks' Europe trip as he could not support the Samoan cause. Samoa's second or back line playing would have been a great advantage for him, where he could have achieved even more corporeality in both roles. Wallabies second tier beast had the chance to perform either for Australia or Samoa when he first came on stage.
While Skelton may not be the strongest second-row competitor in World Rugby, he is definitely one of the great. A Samoan herd, which can sometimes be shoved around, especially in the scratch, would have greatly benefitted from his capacity to carry the balls and being on the pitch. Formerly All Black Afoa is another Samoan legacy-getter.
Scrumming would have been a big plus for a Samoan team that often spent too much backfoot work. Being All Black testenturio, there is no doubt that Mealamu would have been a great win for Samoa if he had decided to perform with his big brothers on the global scene.
Mealamu, another clever Scrumager, would undoubtedly have added a little more weight to the creaking Samoan scratch, while his crew expertise would have been of great use. One more Samoan New Zealander, Blues and All Black's charlie Faumuina would have been another welcome additions to the front series.
It may not have made it quite as the props of the All Blacks, but he's certainly not far away. With 27 years he is now entering the best years of his carreer and would have been a great gain for Samoa. While many of these people have only rudimentary links with Samoa, they would all have been considered for a pick if they hadn't previously chosen another world team.