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Well it will be a great loss. His pace and ability to read the game and the opportunities was great. But lets face it at 35 he would practically have been at the end of his career anyway, especially at an International level. I wish him a well earned rest and thank him for much enjoyment over the years.
Posted 14:12 03rd May 2012
This is a real shame, David Wallace just one of those players that never had a bad game,who still had a couple of years left in the tank I reckon.
All the best David in the future. thanks for providing us with some great moments.
Posted 14:08 03rd May 2012
A truly great player, he has been unbelievable for Munster and Ireland for a lot of years now.
Don't think hes a Limerick native though, isn't he Cork born and bred?
Posted 14:07 03rd May 2012
The man is my (and many of my friends') favourite player of all time. Massive athleticism - pumping legs, ripping balls and very humble to boot. Sad to see him leave the way he did but that's rugby. IMO up there with O'Driscoll (above POC/ROG) as most important irish player of last 20yrs.
Munster, Ireland and Lions legend.
Posted 14:04 03rd May 2012