Lomu


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Lomu

Jonah. born 1975, New Zealand Rugby Union football player
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I have faith in what I can do, and it's irrelevant what anyone else thinks or what they say," Lomu said, while in Tokyo to watch Saturday's Bledisloe Cup.
When a man confronted the former All Black from the touchline at Stradey Park in 2006, Lomu simply turned the other cheek and walked away in an awesome demonstration of restraint.
THE GAME The Scarlets hosted CardiffBlues in a Celtic League clash on January 2, 2006, barely three weeks after Lomu had made his debut for the capitalcity region.
Lomu, perhaps the first global rugby superstar, died of a long-standing kidney disease on November 18, 2015, at the age of 40.
Mae Jonah Lomu: Cawr y Crysau Duon yn cynnwys cyfweliadau gyda mam a brawd Jonah, Hepi a John Lomu, yn ogystal a chynreolwyr y Crysau Duon John Hart a Syr Graham Henry.
Nichol said Lomu struggled to control his finances because he had to build "a facade, a wall", despite reportedly earning as much as [euro]650,000 a year at the height of his career.
They missed out, as former All Black wing Eric Rush gave a hilarious and moving speech, describing how he was the go-between for Lomu (left) and Laurie Mains, coach of the Kiwis in the 1990s.
Lomu, rugby's first global superstar, died unexpectedly at the age of 40 on November 18.
Lomu, who won 63 caps for the All Blacks, had suffered from health problems since his retirement from the game in 2002 due to a rare kidney disease.
All Black great Lomu, 40, who scored 37 tries in 63 matches for New Zealand between 1994 and 2002, had been diagnosed with a rare and serious kidney condition by 1996.
The former Liverpool FC captain met Lomu on a chat show two years ago when the All Black wing spoke about his love for the Reds.
Lomu had a kidney transplant in 2004 but it failed in 2011 and he had been on dialysis ever since.