Brees retire from playing rugby and cheese bread, triggering trigger

Brees retire from playing rugby and cheese bread, triggering trigger

Brees are retiring from rugby and playing cheese bread in their final few weeks on the job.

The retired players will have their last official appearance before retiring from the game on June 30th.

Brees were a part of a team that won the 2007 NRL Grand Final but have since retired.

They also played for the New South Wales State of Origin team in 2014, the Melbourne Storm in 2017 and the Queensland Reds in 2019.

Breed team members on the field for the grand finalBrees captain, Robbie Farah, said they are proud to be a part on the rugby field and said the retirement was a difficult decision for them.

“To be honest, it’s a tough decision because I’ve done a lot of the things I’ve wanted to do, and I’m very happy to be back playing, but it’s also been tough to put this out there for people to judge,” Brees captain Robbie Farrah said.

“We’ve played all year long and we’ve been a part for the most part.”

So you can imagine we’ve had to make a decision that’s really hard to make.

It’s been a hard one for me, I don’t think I’ve ever felt more sad, and angry, and disappointed in myself in my life.

“Brees team captain Robbie Farmer said he’s grateful to have been part of the team.”

The support I’ve received over the years from the people of Queensland and NSW and the people around the country, I think I’d probably never say I’ve had as good a time of it as I have in rugby union,” Farmer said.

The retiring Brees will now have a few weeks to prepare for their next big challenge, with the Rabbitohs and Cowboys set to play each other on July 13th.