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‘It’s my fault I kept training’: Souths prop’s concussion nightmare


“I now realise you have to do nothing to do something.

“I haven’t trained in a week. I can’t even lift weights. I just don’t feel right and feel fuzzy. I’d start training and I’d be fine, but the headaches would start afterwards.

“It’s now up to me when I train again. I’m waiting to be symptom free. I was putting pressure on myself to get back, but the club were like, ‘relax’, and told me not to rush.

“It’s been an awful time to be honest. It’s actually been a f—ing nightmare. All I want to do is train and play.”

Knight clashed heads with fellow front-rower Burgess during a training drill and initially thought he would only miss the Charity Shield.

Souths gave him extra time and even spared him the…



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