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Freddie Michalak retires

Freddie Michalak has announced his retirement from International rugby following France’s exit from the World Cup. He played his first RBS 6 Nations game as a scrum half in 2002, and a young Freddie Michalak scored two tries in his 1st RBS 6 Nations campaign as a flyhalf in 2003. He continued in the number 10 shirt for France, as they won three of the four RBS 6 Nations Chamopionships between 2004 and 2007. He exited the International scene in 2007, only to return in 2010, his flair and ability to create something from nothing will be missed!

Thanks Freddie

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