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Despite not being named in any side for another week, Sea Eagles flyer Jorge Taufua remains hopeful of getting a late call up to return to the paddock. 

Taufua, who disolcated his shoulder in the club's last trail against Parramatta attempting to score his third for the match has had to spend the first qurater of the season on the sidelines and says if he get's the late call up, he'll be ready.

"Hopefully Tooves this week can fit me in there."

The softly spoken Tongan international says it's always good to play at Brookvale on Sunday and is encouraging everyone to get out and support the team as they look to turnaround last weeks poor performance. 

"Cronulla had a good weekend, but we're back at Brookie this Sunday so hopefully we get a good crowd out there to support us and bounce back from Sunday's loss."

"With Robson back in theri side, it's definatley their best halves pairing so we'll have to watch out for them."

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