Rugby Union Betting: Fetu’u Vainikolo joins Exeter Chiefs on two-year deal

Exeter Chiefs confirmed that they signed Tonga winger Fetu’u Vainikolo on a two-year contract, and rugby union betting see this as great news for the club.

Vainikolo, a member of the Tonga squad in 2011 at the Rugby World Cup who makes very good rugby odds, moves from Connacht to Sandy Park.

Rugby union betting fans learned that Rob Baxter, Exeter Chiefs boss, was looking to strengthen out wide as Josh Tatupu, Gonzalo Camacho, and Mark Foster will all leave – and the 28-year-old who used to play for the Northland, Otago, and Highlanders, can do the job, and the player’s fans, especially those that follow the rugby odds, fully agree.

“People are aware we’ve got quite a lot of backs leaving so we have had to add some players in there, with Tom James signing and now we’ve signed Fetu’u,” said Baxter.

“He was maybe off a few people’s radar, but he’s a high-quality player.

And many rugby union betting fans are well aware of what a great player he is, and how much he can help the squad.

“We’ve looked a lot at a lot of his games and the key for us is we think ‘this is where he is now, playing for Connacht, where would he be playing within our system and getting the touches on the ball we would hope they would get if they played with us?’

“He’s a guy who’s scoring tries and having game-breaking moments without always seeing that much of the ball.

“For us it’s about how much more we can potentially get him in the game, if he’s more involved in the game how many more of those moments will he have?

“He’s the kind of guy who can scores tries a little bit out of nothing, he’s a got an add-on of pace that’s a bit different to what some players.

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“He is steppy and quick and strong immediately in the contact environment, but he can also light the afterburners from what we’ve seen.”

Rugby union betting fans will see how Vainikolo will perform for his new club, and are confident that he will be shine for the squad.