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This is Gloucestershire... The Raging Bull retires

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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 World Cup winning side.

He left Gloucester in April 2006 to sign a three-year deal with London Wasps where he won both the Guinness Premiership and Heineken Cup.


Phil Vickery after victory in the 2003 World Cup final?GLOUCESTER legend Phil Vickery is set to retire from rugby after admitting defeat in his long battle against a neck inury, according to reports.

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 World Cup winning side.

He left Gloucester in April 2006 to sign a three-year deal with London Wasps where he won both the Guinness Premiership and Heineken Cup.

He also played a part in three Lions tours and runs a successful sports clothing business called Raging Bull in partnership with former Gloucester team-mate and Citizen columnist Andy Deacon.

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