Toby Flood retires from professional rugby


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Toby Flood retires from professional rugby

At 36 and after 18 years of career, the opening Toby Flood decided to retire from professionalism, his last club being Newcastle Falcons.

With an extraordinary resume, English puts an end to his adventure as a rugby player with great numbers. Among other things stand out 60 games and two World Cups played with La Rosa, the three Premiership titles won with Leicester Tigers and his back to newcastle, where debuted and he was part of the team that put it back in the top flight of his country.

Ultimately, Flood will remain in the Falcons as kick and skills coach, while studying a Master of Business at Cambridge University, where he did not rule out the possibility of playing a game: I will play some games for the University of Cambridge depending on how the body is. I think it’s a nice way to finish as a player along with my studies and my role as a coach. “


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