Premiership: Mike Brown leaves the Harlequins after more than three decades. He will play with a blue

Premiership: Mike Brown leaves the Harlequins after more than three decades. He will play with a blue
Premiership: Mike Brown leaves the Harlequins after more than three decades. He will play with a blue

For the English extreme, 348 appearances with the London club, with whom he will go hunting for the ’20 / ’21 Challenge Cup

MIke Brown in action – ph. Sebastiano Pessina

After a very long career, which began at a pro level in 2005, with the Harlequins jersey, Mike Brown, after having officially greeted the London club – with which he won a Challenge Cup in 2011, and a Premiership in 2012, coached by Conor O ‘ Shea, starting from next season, will join the Newcastle Falcons – one of the best teams of the season, in relation to the expectations of the beginning of the year -, where the blue Marco Fuser currently plays.

The extreme class ’85, former English 74 cap international, as well as player of the tournament at the Six Nations 2014, will thus change team, while remaining at home, moving to Kingston Park, under the orders of Dean Richards, who has already had as a coach at the ‘Quins.

I really enjoyed watching this first part of the season of the Falcons: they are back up, and in the first year they have achieved excellent results. They play with great energy, also being able to count on great individuality, with X-factor. I know we will have a lot of fun together, starting next summer ”; he told the club’s official website.

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