Harlequins third lineman Jack Clifford announced his retirement from professional rugby at the age of 27 after undergoing a second operation on his dislocated shoulder playing his 100th game in the English club’s jersey in September. of 2019.
“I am absolutely devastated to have to end my career at a relatively early stage. I have been at Harlequins since I was 13 years old and made many good friends here. It has been an absolute pleasure to train and play with them every week and I will miss this one very much. environment “, said through his social networks the man who played 10 test matches with the English team.
On the instuction side, the CEO, Paul Gustard, said: “He was a player who had the ability to change a game with his explosive rhythm and his skills that, together with his great work, made him a very important player for us. “.