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David Kelly: Rugby should count itself lucky it stole Simon Zebo’s heart – a delight who always spurned the mundane

David Kelly: Rugby should count itself lucky it stole Simon Zebo’s heart – a delight who always spurned the mundane

Simon Zebo. Photo: Sportsfile

Simon Zebo. Photo: Sportsfile

David Kelly

In Kehoe’s pub during the 2019 World Cup, a passer-by pointed to the TV screen and posed a question.

“Has Simon Zebo retired?”

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