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Grayson Happy To Be Back At Saints

Grayson Happy To Be Back At Saints

Paul Grayson admitted his excitement after returning to Northampton as the club’s new consultant kicking coach. The 47-year-old racked up 2,786 points from 259 appearances in Saints colours during a 19-year playing career at Franklin’s Gardens, while also winning 32 England caps.

The former fly-half returned to the Franklin’s Gardens, as coach after hanging up his playing boots in 2005 and led them to the Heineken Cup semi-finals in 2007.
Known more as a kicking stand-off than a natural runner with the ball, the man from Chorley is now back at the club to pass on his extensive knowledge.


“This is a very exciting time to be re-joining the Saints set-up,” he said. “Northampton Saints is in my blood so I am delighted to accept this opportunity.
“I have clear ideas of what I would like to contribute and I cannot wait to get out on to the training ground and get started.”

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