adidas superstar foundation zwart , July 10 (Xinhua) -- In the shadow of another flawed performance in Wednesday's State of Origin decider -- won handsomely by Queensland -- Maroons juggernaut forward, Dave Taylor may have to convince the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), that he can perform at the highest level before being given a green light to swap codes, as reported early this week.
The hulking, wide-running impact player has already had a taste of the more complex 15-man game when growing up in Far North Queensland and toyed with switching codes to the Queensland Reds in 2009.
That move was scuttled by a massive contract to stay in the National Rugby League (NRL).
Desire for Union
Taylor, whose current contract with League winds up at the end of 2016, said this week he remained keen to return to Union.
"It is something that still sits there in me."
"I still love watching union and I played it a lot as a kid adidas supercolor rood dames ," Taylor said.
At his calamitous best, Taylor's a potential game-changer, capable of rolling an opposition in bursts that befit his nickname 'Coal Train.'
Yet, as seen in his fumbled ball-handling in Origin III Taylor carries his potential, like his weigh -- there for all to see when not used to the awe it inspires.
Time is short
Former Wallabies legend and rugby commentator Alistair Baxter told Xinhua the switch could work for Taylor, but the time for ' umming and ahhing' over the move was already past.
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