"My parents and I are a big fan of Brad Thorn and his training and his rugby discipline, probably it was a big factor, playing under him, and moving forward, developing as a player, it is probably best to have a good coach. If I stay, I will probably develop the game. "
Petaia has become the third youngest Wallabies player ever in Padua before the catastrophe struck two days of training in the game.
"I did it at the session immediately after I found out [I had been selected], Petaia said, hoping it was a day's injury, just tuning … but I got back scanned and it was a little tear, so obviously I was not happy.
"I tried not to focus too much.For the first few days I was pretty dirty, thinking about it before the bed, after the bed It was just thinking about energy thinking so I started to forget and move on,
"I let my parents know, but I also tell them I hurt my hammock at the session. I told them it did not look too good, but I was a chance." Everyone knew I did not play the media. "
While Petaia played the ragdle before going to college in high school, he actually had the influence of Australian family rules.
82-year-old grandfather Peteia, Ray Lalor, 1956. He scored two goals in six games for Essendon, and the former man of Bombers was interested in Petaia's soccer career.
"There are always some jokes in family evenings, they always say," Come on [Aussie Rules] "Petaia said," I do not hit the AFL ball too much, but I have a good shoe.