Wasps Player Pens Insightful Blog Topics
The players make the teams and there is nothing like long standing committed players to make a difference to the image of a team. One such instance is presented by Matt Symons of Wasps who plays in the lock position. Being a tall player is certainly an advantage as he is able to hold his position well in the games as well as earn respect. His resume is also an impressive one, similar to his height. He had played with Brodie Retallick as well as Sonny Bill Williams, who were World Cup winners for the New Zealand team.
The 28 year old player of Wasps has several accolades under his belt, having played the Super Rugby as well when he was part of the Waikato Chiefs team. He had also been on relegation with the London Irish team. With the Wasps he had been part of several Premiership matches, including a final defeat that they faced of the Aviva Premiership. However, he has not been playing for a while as he had a foot injury that has prevented him from playing this season as well as the Anglo Welsh Cup which had been last November.
He has to spend six months out of the sport to ensure full recovery. This time away from the game has brought about a new passion in him, to write blogs with his personal insights. He has created about eight blogs where he has written about his injury and the issues he faced. These focus not only on the rehabilitation needs, but the topics change to other rugby topics that are of interest to the community and runs through his core as well. He shares insights such as players in the dressing room to more heavy topics like mental health within the game, how rugby players are hired and how season extensions impact players.
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