The Raging Bull, Phil Vickery, retires from rugby
BY STYLE EDITOR, ON 3 NOV 2010 15:09 SPORT & LEISURECOMMENTS
After achieving every accolade in the game and being seen as a ambassador on and off the field, Phil Vickery retired from rugby this week leaving a raging bull sized gap in the game.
The Raging Bull, a nickname given to him by Sir Clive Woodword, enjoyed a fantastic career that saw him win numerous honours at England junior levels, play Premiership rugby with Gloucester and Wasps, winning both the Heineken Cup and Premiership title, captaining England and the British and Irish Lions and of course win a the World Cup with England in 2003, Phil sustained a neck injury earlier this year and had to take the decision to retire from all rugby. He is a huge loss to the game.
We are proud to be associated with Phil through his brand Raging Bull and would like to congratulate him on a fantastic career and wish him all the best for retirement and future endeavours.