Stade Francais sign former New Zealand league star
August 1, 2014
Krisnan Inu has endured a stop-start season for the Bulldogs © Getty Images
Former New Zealand rugby league international Krisnan Inu will switch codes to join Top 14 side Stade Francais.
Inu has been released by his NRL side Canterbury Bulldogs to join Stade as an injury replacement. The 27-year-old has previously enjoyed stints with the Parramatta Eels and the New Zealand Warriors.
Inu however, has been inconsistent this season and has played just seven NRL games. Despite having signed with the Bulldogs until next year, he has been granted a release by the club.
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