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Rugby pundit George Hook (73) has postponed his retirement plans. The broadcaster said last year that he would leave television after the Rugby World Cup this year. But the popular pundit announced yesterday that he has put his retirement plans back until October 2016. Speaking on The Right Hook, he said he had spoken to his wife about his planned retirement and they both agreed they could not have him "knocking around the house". "The position is I've cancelled my retirement," he said.

Rugby pundit George Hook (73) has postponed his retirement plans. The broadcaster said last year that he would leave television after the Rugby World Cup this year. But the popular pundit announced yesterday that he has put his retirement plans back until October 2016. Speaking on The Right Hook, he said he had spoken to his wife about his planned retirement and they both agreed they could not have him "knocking around the house". "The position is I've cancelled my retirement," he said.


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