David Strettle retires from rugby

David Strettle retires from rugby

David Strettle is a well-known English rugby player who plays for England and the Saracen club. He grew up in Cheshire, Thelwall. David went to Lymm High School and studied at Sheffield Hallam University.

In the summer of 2006, he joined Harlequins. The first hat-trick was in the first match against Rugby Lions. Titans debuted against Bath in October 2003. He was the top scorer in the 2004-2005 season.

He was declared a future England striker, and after reaching a hat-trick playing against Newcastle Falcons, he was included in the team against Ireland and Italy. He scored in both games. After that, there were only great results for David and his team.

After a rich career, David announced that he will retire. In his rich career, between 2007 and 2013, he had 14 tests, achieving two international trials. Former Harlequins and Titans joined David last summer after Clermont Auvergne.

After talking to the nearest family member, he concluded that it was time to retire. David thinks how now is the time time to try something new.

He helped Saracens win two Premiership titles between 2010 and 2015, and helped Clermont to win the Top 14.

At 325 appearances he had 122 attempts. In the club career which lasted 17 years there has been ups and downs, but thanks to the great talent there were more good moments.

David had an interesting nickname given by his teammates. During his training, his colleagues called him “The Milkman”.

Why Milkman? He was always known for showing the best performance during each match.

The public has known the nickname after David and his teammates lost the match from Ireland.

David is otherwise a fan of Football Manager and sees himself in the near future in such a position. Who knows may soon he will become a new top manager. Josh Martin Womens Jersey

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