sport news Chris Robshaw announces decision to end 16-year spell at Harlequins

'I will be hanging up my Harlequins shirt at the end of the season': Chris Robshaw announces decision to end 16-year spell at boyhood club but the former England captain is not retiring Chris Robshaw will leave Harlequins after 16 years at the end of the season  The flanker shared a post on social media announcing his decision to leave  Robshaw made 250 appearances for his boyhood club since his debut in 2007 However, the former England captain will not be retiring from the sport 

By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline

Published: 09:07 GMT, 3 February 2020 | Updated: 09:07 GMT, 3 February 2020

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Chris Robshaw has called time on his 16-year spell at Harlequins after the former England captain announced he will be leaving his boyhood club in the summer. 

The 33-year-old shared a post on Twitter on Monday morning announcing his decision to end his tenure at Twickenham Stoop come the end of the season.  

Robshaw made his Premiership debut for Harlequins in the London Double Header in 2007, and has made 250 appearances for the club.

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