Saracens Star Pens Letter To Say He’s Hanging Up His Boots
Former Scotland captain and current Saracens player Kelly Brown has revealed his will retire from the game at the end of the season.
The 34 year-old former Glasgow Warriors player will move on to a coaching role with the Saracens academy next season. Brown says he is ‘forever grateful’ to be ending his career at a ‘fantastic club like Saracens.’
The back-row forward has played over 100 games for the English outfit since joining them in 2010 and has also won 64 caps for Scotland.
We wish him all the best.
I've loved every minute, but it's time to hang up the boots. pic.twitter.com/F98Mxpv3Je
— Kelly Brown (@kellydrbrown) April 11, 2017
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