Amos dream He will play his final season in rugby, as he has made the decision to quit the activity. At 27, linebacker He is retiring from rugby to focus squarely on the final year of his medical career.
With 32 matches with a jersey Cardiff Previously 9 seasons in the DragonAnd Amos “I am so grateful for the amazing experience I had,” he said, “but it is time for new challenges.”
after the controversy 25 matches for WalesAnd Two World Cup performances and two Six Nations titlesBack explained: “My intentions have always been to finish when my degree arrives and this season matches well with my last year of medicine, so it’s a good moment to get from the field to the hospital,” he noted.
On the other hand, the Cardiff boss said, Dae Young He recalled Hallam: “It would obviously be disappointing to lose a player of Hallam’s quality and who has so much rugby, but you can’t help but admire his decision,” he said.