Former rugby player, Jordan Crane, who was ranked the 8th rugby player in England, has called it a day and made official announcement about his retirement from the professional rugby world. The announcement was made via social media. He posted recently: “Well it’s officially time to sign off and hang up my boots.”
It has been more than 16 years since the day I decided to take part in rugby tournaments and championships as a professional player. I have achieved and gained a lot of important titles and certain successes, which are my dreams since I was knee high to grass, and more than that.
This rugby player, who is at this present at the age of 33, has been taken part in Leicester Tigers as an official player since the summer of 2016. Before being the player of Leicester Tigers team, he had played for Welford Road for 10 years. Last year, he has signed an extension to remain at Ashton Gate, which will last until 2020.
However, it is not the end of his passion for rugby. He will not have all rugby things come to a halt due the expiration of his contract with Bristol Bears. Jordan Crane, who used to win the Premiership 4 times and the England international will become the academy trasition coach in dual role for the Pat Lam’s backroom team since this year’s September.
Sharing in an interview in September, Jordan said: “When I reflect back on the last 16 years, I’ve been so fortunate to meet many great friends and share the field with some of the most talented players to play the game.” I would love all the chance to represent my nation and gain more success for my beloved country.