The most-capped test player ever, Australian scrumhalf George Gregan, has announced his retirement from all rugby.
One of those players whom opposition supporters have always loved to hate, the Zambian-born Gregan is currently plying his trade in Japan, after a stint with Toulon in the south of France. At 37 years of age, Gregan has decided to call time on a career that saw him capped 139 times for his beloved Wallabies over a 13-year period, before retiring from the international scene back in 2007.
Gregan was a key member of the Australian side that won the Rugby World Cup in 1999. During his heyday, he has also winners medals from the Tri-Nations, Bledisloe Cup and Super 12 (two) as well as helping his side to a series win over the British Lions in 2001.
Cheers, George. It’s been a blast and the game just won’t be the same without you, mate!Tweet