Alistair Hargreaves on decision to quit rugby due to fears for his health: A future watching the other guys get stuck in... I'll drink to that

It would be so easy for Alistair Hargreaves to feel bitter on Sunday as he watches from the sidelines at Allianz Park. 
Forced to retire from the game he loves at the age of 30 after suffering five concussions in two years, the former Saracens captain and second row would be forgiven for resenting the hand he has been dealt.
Not a bit of it.
SIX AND OUT... Alistair Hargreaves was first concussed playing for Saracens against Wasps in 2012 before suffering five in 24 months as the frequency steadily increased.
November 2012  Knocked out as result of tackle by James Haskell
October... read more

9 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail

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