Hull Kingston Rovers halfback Terry Campese has admitted he might call time on his career.
Campese, who has endured an injury-ravaged spell at Rovers since arriving at the start of 2015, confirmed that he would consider his options after experiencing the ‘lowest point’ in his career as Rovers were relegated following the Million Pound Game.
“It’s definitely the lowest point of my career. For myself, it’s pretty much the end of my footy career. I’ve put my family through good and bad times and I just feel for the rest of the lads,” Campese told the Hull Daily Mail.
“I’ll have to wait for the next couple of days before making a decision. I’m 32, I’m a loyal guy, I had one NRL team and I just wanted to stay at Hull KR until I finished. We’ll have to wait and see.
“I’m devastated for the boys, for the fans, and everyone involved with the club. I’ve said a couple of times that I’m getting on a bit now, I’m coming to the end of my career, but there are poor guys here who are just starting theirs. They’re the ones starting young families and they’re the ones I feel for.”
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