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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...

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 Career Highlights Montage from the BBC

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 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...

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...

2011 World Cup countdown begins now - Phil Vickery


England and London Wasps prop Phil Vickery talks to BBC Sport about how success in the upcoming Autumn Internationals can act as a springboard to the World Cup for England's players.

Phil Vickery exclusive Interview for Rugby Dump


Let's start at the beginning - what is your earliest rugby memory?
Probably watching the Five Nations on Grandstand on a Saturday afternoon! I also remember players like Paul Ackford and Wade Dooley really standing out. I didn’t start actually playing until I went to secondary school.

Talk us throu...

Meet the Scrumdog Millionaire

A street kid from India has been dubbed the 'Scrumdog Millionaire' after his remarkable talent at rugby won him a scholarship to a top British sports academy.

Full-back and winger Sailen Tudu, 20, was flown to the UK by former England captain Phil Vickery after he was spotted playing barefoot on wa...



BOY from the slums of India with a huge talent for rugby has won a scholarship to a top British sports academy.

Sailen Tudu was playing barefoot on wasteland in Calcutta with street scavengers when he was spotted by Paul Walsh, a British former  diplomat.

Such was his talent that Walsh flew ...