Jonny May, who for the last few weeks finished closing his return to Gloucester after spending three years in Leicester, spoke with the Rugby Pass and confessed the reasons why he made the decision at the time to leave the club where he started. his professional career.
“If I’m honest, when I left, I was sick of the club. I felt stagnant. And I thought maybe I would never have a chance to come back. So I’m really lucky. Maybe I could have done another year in Leicester, but I’m back here. “began the talk between Rugby Pass and the outstanding wing of the England team.
“I am a very loyal person. I don’t really like the change, so having changed Leicester in 2017 was a very difficult thing for me. But I needed it. When I signed there, I really thought we were going to win trophies. It ended up being very different. It was a few difficult seasons, “he added.
“Here (at Gloucester) there are some really good young wingers that I want to compete with, in the right way. That’s what I wanted, what I needed. I want to motivate them and have them motivate me. I saw it as an opportunity. to improve, to have a challenge ”.
Thus, the man who throughout his career played 9 different seasons with the Gloucester shirt will return to the club where he made his debut as a professional player.