Rugby. Kyle Sinclair admits he thought about retiring: “I couldn’t sit around anymore”

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England right-back Kyle Sinclair is considering retirement this summer. (©Icon Sport)

Retirement, the word can seem so innocuous and taboo to many. During an interview with The Telegraph This Monday, November 14, England’s right column Kyle Sinclair (age 29; 54 selections) admitted he considered taking it early after suffering a serious back injury this summer.

It was June 6. The pillar Bristol Participated in collective training with XV de la Rose for the match against The barbariansBut especially the summer tour Australia. The 29-year-old was forced to forfeit after suffering a serious back injury.

Kyle Sinclair struggled with his back

Desperate to have to leave his partners, Kyle Sinclair said he could live this summer. “At times, I wondered if one day I would be able to play again. I was very hurt. I couldn’t sit anymore. I couldn’t wear shoes and socks,” he explains.

The former Harlequins is still keen to put his situation into perspective, aware of the privilege he holds unlike many others. “I was very well-rounded. Every minute of the day was devoted to my rehabilitation and I said to myself: ‘Imagine that you are a normal person, you have a family, you work from 9 am to 5 pm and you live all that…’.

He was worried that he might have to retire after being bedridden for four months.

Kyle SinclairProper support for Bristol Bears and England

Sinclair’s revival with England

Henceforth, it is only ancient history for the natives Wandsworth (England). Restored thanks special training, Kyle Sinclair has been a hit since the start of the season with his Bristol Bears club. He quickly regained his place as holder in the XV de la Rose. However, the case for his replacement was not so easy Will Stewart Convinced on a tour of Kangaroo Country.

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He had not played in selection since March 12 (15-32 loss against Ireland, editor’s note), and Kyle Sinclair was still at his best.Argentinian And Japan In the first two autumn tests. Given his recent performances, there is no doubt about itEddie Jones Want to renew it to challenge All Blacks Saturday, November 19 (6.30 pm) at Twickenham.

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