It’s the ultimate dilemma as a rugby player…you’ve spent year after year running up and down the pitch, for your country putting in big hits and giving the same interview answer about how ‘the boys just didn’t show enough today’…and suddenly it’s all gone and you’ve got to decide what’s next.
The most masochistic stars simply choose to subject themselves to further madness in a coaching capacity after retirement, while others can be seen talking as a pundit while a good percentage of the rest play seemingly endless amounts of golf.
But what about the rugby stars who found life beyond the after-dinner circuit having hung up their boots?
Office Circle have teamed up with RUCK to find out how many current rugby pros now have office jobs, or any other interesting job choice for that matter
1. Neil Back – Insurance
Following his 66 England and Lions caps and flourishing club career at Leicester, Back has sought to replicate such success in the insurance industry by co-founding Adelphi Special Risks. Their main office is based in Milton Keynes, where the specialist and corporate risks broker provides private clients insurance as an ancillary service and reportedly has Lotus F1 on its books.