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Chris Robshaw will play one final time in England before he aircraft off for the other side from the Atlantic after the Barbarians confirmed he can be involved in Quilter Cup video game later this month.
The flanker bid farewell in order to Harlequins on Sunday with a 32-26 win over Leicester, but is set to keep his career with USA Main League side San Diego Legion.
Before Robshaw flies in order to the States, he will get the opportunity to face England and some of their old international team-mates on Oct 25 at Twickenham.
He said: “It is an enormous honour and privilege to be able to put on the famous Black and White shirt from the Barbarians and I will do so with excellent pride.
“It has become a strange season and while I have not really been able to play out my Quins career in front of fans, I am so content I will have a chance to say goodbye to England at Twickenham.
“It will be great fun as well as a great challenge to face up against aged team-mates and I can’t wait. inch
Robshaw won sixty six caps for England – 43 as captain – and bowed out of the international scene following the trip of South Africa in 2018.
He will get an additional chance to play at Twickenham, even though, and is excited to renew acquaintances along with Eddie Jones for one last period.
“The opportunity to return out there at HQ, this time inside a Barbarians shirt, and facing Eddie’s England will be just incredible for me personally, ” Robshaw added.
“It’s been a very emotional finish to the season and I’m therefore honoured to have the opportunity to be part of the particular return of the game to Twickenham and to the international stage.
“Becoming a Barbarian is a very special moment and a really special memory for 2020. inch