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I think that while it sounds like a good signing, he is a quality operator after all, the reality is he will be paid a tasty amount, and he is a 35 year old with a recent history of injuries. I am not sure you'll get more than 10 games per season out of him. Value for money, Kalamafoni at Scarlets probably a much better deal.
If he does go well though, then its great not just for Ulster, but the (terribly named) URC too.