“I got to the stage in my rugby career that I was missing my kids growing up,” he said.
“When my son, who is seven, turns up to me, and I come home from training, and he’s like: ‘Dad, do you want to go outside and play football?’ And I’m like: ‘Mate, I can’t. I genuinely can’t, like I’m absolutely beat’.
“His little face, and he’s out in the rain… I sit there, and I watch him, and he’s on his own, and I’m like: ‘This is absolutely breaking me’. I want to be there for my kids.”
Love this Can't help feeling he made the right decision