Leicester Rugby Union and England scrum-half Harry Ellis has announced that he will retire from the game after failing to recover from several knee problems. The 28-year-old, who won 27 caps, required a reconstruction of his left knee in 2007 and sustained a second injury in the same area last season.
Now, having taken a medical advice, Ellis has decided he has no option but to quit playing rugby.
“The most difficult decision for any player to make is about when they have to stop playing,” said Ellis. “But, after taking medical advice, unfortunately I have to announce my retirement.Continue reading