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Who is Sam Symonds: Ten things you should know about the Exeter star
In the back row with the center’s skill set and athletics, Sam Symonds was named to the Warren Gatland British and Irish Championships. Lions 2021 Team.
After helping the Exeter Chiefs to a Gallagher Premiership And the European Cup double in 2019-20, he went on to set a new attempt record in the 2020-21 Premier League.
Ten things you should know about Sam Symonds
1. Sam Symonds was born on November 10, 1994 in Torquay, Devon. He grew up in Teignmouth, a small town just 30 minutes from Exeter.
2. His younger brother, Joe, was born in December 1996. The two are Exeter teammates, with Joe being half-flying and the chief of chiefs.
3. Family background in fishing – Both his father and uncle are in the crabs and lobsters business in Teignmouth.
4. Symonds did not transfer directly to the first team at Exeter, instead spending time on loan at Plymouth Albion and the Cornish Pirates.
5. He scored an attempt on his Premier League debut with Exeter, a 35-35 draw with the Wasps in 2017. johnny hill He was sent off in the same match.
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6. The Fall 2017 Internationals saw Symonds win his first England cap, a 21-8 victory over Argentina. Appeared in four of England six countries In 2018, he scored a double against Italy.
7. It was England’s beginning song Build me, Buttercup by institutions.
8. Warren Gatland He spoke to Symonds during the 2021 Six Nations Championship to assure him he was in the Lions’ pick, despite not playing for England at the time.
9. Symonds is a huge fan of Liverpool, with Steven Gerrard one of his champions outside of rugby.
10. He’s a Passionate Player – Revealed Rugby world He got even angrier after losing a match FIFA From after losing rugby.
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