Cooper latest Wallaby to pull out of European tour

Cooper's withdrawal follows powerhouse centre Samu Kerevi and back-rower Sean McMahon who've also opted to remain with their Japanese side.

2021-10-28 01:12:00 PM

A 'torn' Quade Cooper became the latest player to pull out of the Wallabies European tour on Thursday, opting to be with his Japanese club.

Cooper's withdrawal follows powerhouse centre Samu Kerevi and back-rower Sean McMahon who've also opted to remain with their Japanese side.

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