With the news of his death and the fact that his parents are back in Australia to see him, the question of how he will be remembered at the weekend has become more and more pressing.
We have had to ask him: What will he be remembered for?
Will he be known as the player he was, or will he simply be remembered as the man who did it?
We also know that the death has touched so many people, and there will be some very sad days for those affected by it.
He was the most talented player to play for us in the history of the club, he was one of the most gifted players in the NRL and he was a big part of the culture.
I think we have to keep him in our thoughts and prayers, even if we cannot really see him at the club or anywhere else.
When he signed for the Titans, I was there with him.
I was watching him from the sidelines and it was surreal.
As he was about to sign his contract, I went to the gym to get some help.
I didn’t think he would play at all.
There are so many great players in our club, from Paul Vaughan to Joe Ward-Prowse to Sam Burgess, but we will miss Gav.
Gav Gavovich was a great player.
I played for him for nine years and he’s going to be remembered by many, many people.
He was the best.
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