Jamie George advises Saracen teammate Owen Farrell to channel his inner Michael Jordan and secure his own ‘Last Dance’ moment in their Premiership playoffs with Harlequins
- The Saracens will face the Harlequins in the Premiership play-off semi-final on Saturday
- Captain Owen Farrell was tipped to provide his own “Last Dance” moment
- Teammates have compared the number 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan
- The Saracens want to go to Twickenham after the championship season
Saracen captain Owen Farrell has been informed that he will secure his ‘Last Dance’ moment in the play-off against the Harlequins.
Teammates compared the number 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan, who was known for his fierce competitive spirit at the Chicago Bulls.
After completing the championship season beyond the salary limit, the Saracens are looking to mark their comeback by reserving a seat at Twickenham.
Owen Farrell received a tip that he could give his “Last Dance” in the Saracen play-off semi-finals
After spending a season in the championship, the Saracens want to make it to the Premiership Final
Teammates compared number 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan, who was known for his fierce competitive spirit
“When we first got relegated, we talked about getting back, making sure we showed everyone what we really are,” said prostitute Jamie George.
“All these conversations took place. Now we are in the situation where we are here and we reflect on those times. It’s time to raise your hand and show what we really mean.
“When you have Owen Farrell as captain your standards will often be quite high. He is everything. Everything. I already spoke about Owen.
“Just watch The Last Dance.” Watch as Michael Jordan gets closer to what it is – the final playoff game. There you will find Owen. He leads the team, trains the team, sets an example, speaks incredibly well. It’s the whole package.
Whore Jamie George praised Farrell’s and the English star’s leadership skills
Abandoned by England earlier this season, George looks to make a statement ahead of his summer Australian tour – admitting he has lost his standards during the championship season.
“There were probably moments this season, I don’t want to be arrogant, but you almost hit the cruise control.
“You rely more on other people around you, you think something will just happen, the band doesn’t need me that much.
“Whatever it may be, it probably has occurred to me and I’m disappointed that I allowed it. I’ll make sure it never happens again.