Bath have Struck out Following the winger returned in the World Cup with a knee injury at the RFU over their treatment of Joe Cokanasiga.
Even the 22-year-old featured in one match for England on their way scoring two tries in the 45-7 pool-stage thrashing of the United States.
However, Cokanasiga has been not able to train since coming from Japan, and after Baths 15-9 Champions Cup defeat to Harlequins on Saturday, manager of rugby Stuart Hooper explained:From that point is when people work out exactly whats wrong with him personally and exactly everything the background of this injury is and then we proceed forward.
If people get hurt, that happens. However, we need to make sure we are conscious of everything thats happening that when we do return, we have got a decent plan.
We were talking to the guys but we get limited information. We had been kept on top of where Joe was but exactly that which we observed when he got back was a bit different.
We need to make certain we get the appropriate facts. It is not something which will help keep him out for one or two weeks.
He is a big, powerful athlete and he wants to be able to go out there and have that power and all of that physicality that he brings into his game. We need to make the best decisions for him moving ahead.
The RFU has reacted to Hoopers comments, saying:Were in ongoing conversations with Bath Rugby about Joes harm. At the players best interests, we will not be discussing our views on this issue.
The welfare of England players will be paramount to us and our world-class health group will consistently act in their best interests.