Chiefs to relocate to Fiji after big win over Crusaders

The Waikato Chiefs have started to make plans to relocate the entire franchise to Suva, Fiji after finding success in the tiny pacific island naion

The move is scheduled to take place this week, all players have 5 days to relocate their houses, families and possessions or else they could see their contracts terminated. Whilst a radical move the franchise can’t be blamed after one of their worst seasons on record

“Well it turns out we suck playing rugby everywhere in the world except Fiji, so I guess the writing is on the wall for us now. We must come together as a playing group and show gratitude for the city of Hamilton and what it has given us but also with an open mind about this new pathway that awaits us” Chiefs coach Colin Cooper told Thai Castle

“It will be nice to experience a whole new range of third world std’s” One player who wish to remain unnamed told Thai Castle.

The team are excited to play in front of sold out stadiums again, just as their game on Saturday was. However fans only turned up as they believed it was Rupeni Caucaunibuca’s 50th birthday party

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