Former Munster and Ireland scrum-half Peter Stringer sits down at talks to us about where Munster are at, after a very disappointing result against Leinster in the Pro14 final. Stringer also looks back on his time playing in the red of Munster and green of Ireland winning 98 caps for Ireland.
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Peter stringer won a Grand Slam and two Heineken cups playing for Ireland and Munster and was part of a very successful Munster and Irish team that has brought great success to both country and province and built a platform for the success we’re seeing now.
Stringer also had stints in England playing for London Irish, Bath and Sale and retired at the age of 40, incredible really and the way that he looks after himself to this day is quite something. Give our podcast a listen, great listen from a player that had an incredible career in the game of rugby union.