Suli sent home from Bulldogs' NRL training

Canterbury signing Moses Suli has reportedly been sent home from training after a number of disciplinary breaches since arriving at the NRL club.

Just two weeks after Suli was granted a shock release by the Wests Tigers due to a lack of professionalism, NRL.com is reporting the centre has already drawn the ire of coach Dean Pay.

It is believed the 19-year-old was twice given official warnings for tardiness at training and has been told to consider his long-term future.

Suli made headlines last year when he signed a three-year deal with the Tigers worth more than $1 million before making his first-grade debut.

An ankle injury limited his rookie campaign to 16 appearances and it is understood he has since struggled to deal with life as a professional athlete.

Wests Tigers boss Justin Pascoe said the club went to great lengths to help Suli on and off the field before eventually reaching a line-in-the-sand moment.

"I am sure If he's willing to take responsibility, be a team player and commit to the demands of being a professional athlete he has the potential to have a successful career in rugby league," Pascoe said last month.

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