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Folau changes social media profiles as a decision looms on Wallabies star's future

Folau changes social media profiles as a decision looms on Wallabies star's future

By Semi Turaga
Wednesday 15/05/2019
Israel Folau

Israel Folau has switched up his social media profiles as a decision looms on the Wallabies star's future.

Folau's Instagram and Twitter accounts no longer feature a picture of him playing for the Waratahs but instead a new image of the number '1' and the words 'God first'.

His unchanged bio then reads: "Living for Jesus Christ #TeamJesus".

An independent three‑person panel is considering whether to terminate Folau's four‑year, $4 million Rugby Australia contract after he was found guilty of a high‑level breach over his controversial social media posts.

[Source: TVNZ]


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