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Blog posts of '2010' 'November'

RUGBY player Phil Vickery is tackling the fashion world

RUGBY player Phil Vickery is tackling the fashion world with a new Cheltenham store.

The former Gloucester, Wasps and England front row has brought his clothing range, Raging Bull, to the town's Regent Arcade.

It is Raging Bull's first stand-alone outlet.

Managing director Shannon Mercer said: "W...

Meet England and NZ stars at the Rugby Store


Meet England stars Lewis Moody, Toby Flood and Chris Ashton along with World Cup winners Phil Vickery and Ben Kay, and All Blacks leading lights this November at the Rugby Store, Twickenham.

New Zealand players Dan Carter, Ma’a Nonu, Keven Mealamu, Samuel Whitelock, Sonny Bill Williams and Mils M...

Phil VIckery on Rugby Dump


Former England captain Phil Vickery called time on his illustrious career yesterday after medical advice ruled that he should hang up his well worn boots. Here’s a feature from Total Rugby, as well as an interview from yesterday.

After three lower back operations, two shoulder ops, and four career...

Melting hearts with The Raging Bull !




I had the joy of Phil Vickery in the studio with me this morning.

He is a local legend who has just quit rugby because of another neck injury. Despite being from Cornwall and ending his career with Wasps we love him here in Gloucestershire.

One of my radio highlights was an hour spent...

Phil Vickery Career Highlights Montage from the BBC

Sky Sports- Neck injury forces former England skipper


Wasps announced on Thursday that former England captain Phil Vickery has been forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect.

The 34-year-old prop, who was part of England's World Cup-winning side in 2003, has called time on his career following medical advice he received after suffering anoth...



Phil Vickery has been forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect.

The former British and Irish Lions, England and Wasps prop is set to announce his decision at a press conference later today.

It is understood Vickery, a World Cup winner from 2003 and a former England captain, has been for...

This is Gloucestershire... The Raging Bull retires


The man nicknamed the Raging Bull spent ten successful seasons at Kingsholm after moving from his native Cornwall in 1995.

During that time he made 145 appearances in Cherry and White, scoring 20 points and alongside Andy Gommersal and front-row partner Trevor Woodman was part of the England 2003...

Phil Vickery retires...


England lost another of Sir Clive Woodward’s World Cup-winning heroes today after one heavy collision too many in the line of duty.

 Wasps announced Phil Vickery’s retirement from all rugby with immediate effect after the mighty Cornish prop received firm medical advice that it was time to call ...