Andy Goode’s Retirement An ‘Elaborate Way To Dodge Pre-Season’
Former England international Andy Goode recently came out of retirement to help solve Newcastle’s half-back injury crisis.
The 35-year-old fly-half, who scored 2,228 Premiership points during spells with Leicester, Saracens, Worcester and Wasps, signed a three-month deal at Kingston Park. Goode made his debut last weekend against a London Irish- the club he signed for before retiring from without playing a match.
Goode was unable to stop his new club from losing to his former club- if you can call them that, but his appearance made for some hilarious comments from the commentary team.
Rather an elaborate way to dodge pre-season
A quick look at Goode running onto the pitch has us perhaps thinking, he could have done with a pre-season!
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