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By Ian Cameron
Chris Robshaw was one of 13 players charged by the RFU. (Photo by Craig Mercer/CameraSport via Getty Images)

Former England captain Chris Robshaw has re-signed with San Diego Legion for the 2022 MLR season.


Robshaw’s first season with the team was curtailed by injury, as the flanker dislocated his shoulder twice within the span of his first three games.

Robshaw made the move to San Diego after a remarkable 16-years with Harlequins. Capped 66 times by England, Robshaw was hoping made an impact in the fledgling league but it looks like his season could be over.

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The 6’2, 110kg loose-forward made his Quins’ first-team debut in 2005 having developed through the Harlequins Academy and went on to make over 250 appearances for the West London club. He is a two-time Premiership Player of the Year winner and scored in Harlequins’ famous Premiership Final victory over Leicester Tigers in 2012.

The Redhill-born back rower was also a crucial part of England’s unbeaten 2016, playing in every match of the Six Nations Grand Slam, the 3-0 whitewash of Australia and the four Old Mutual Wealth Series wins.


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