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Before he had played a game for South Sydney Burgess played prop forward for the in the inaugural All Stars match after Rabbitohs prop injured his ankle at training. He gained attention for his big hit on New Zealand prop during the Kiwis' 2007 tour when he was only 19 years old. This one will surely mess with your mind, while you sit there and try to figure out all the puzzle pieces.

Retrieved 30 September 2009. South Sydney Burgess, with teammate in 2012.

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Samuel Burgess born 14 December 1988 is an English professional footballer for the of the. A , and international representative forward, he previously played in England for the in the. Burgess has also played internationally for England. He is one of four rugby league-playing brothers; younger brothers , and are teammates at South Sydney, while older brother plays for the. During his first spell at South Sydney, Burgess won the , the club's first in 43 years, and was named winner of the for man of the match in the. Sam Burgess Burgess was born on 14 December 1988 in , , West Yorkshire. His late father, Mark Burgess, who died of , was also a rugby league footballer who played for , , , and ; whilst his mother, Julie, is a teacher, currently employed at in , Sydney. His older brother, , and younger twin brothers, , and , are also professional rugby league footballers. He played his junior rugby for Hunslet Parkside, Dewsbury Moor and also played for Cricket Club. After a highly successful début season with the Bulls, Burgess was awarded the Senior Academy Player of the Year Award by the club. In 2007 Burgess has established himself as a first team regular. After a great full season he was called up for the Great Britain squad for the 2007 Test series with New Zealand, and was named as young player of the year in. Burgess made his Great Britain début against New Zealand in the 1st test in October 2007, scoring a try. Burgess also played in the centenary match between the All Golds and Northern Union; he was awarded the Man of the match. He gained attention for his big hit on New Zealand prop during the Kiwis' 2007 tour when he was only 19 years old. At the end of 2008's , Burgess was forced to rule himself out contention for the because of injury. In September 2009, the announced they had signed Burgess on a four-year deal from the 2010 season. Burgess, on contract at Bradford until the end of the 2010 season, was released after the clubs agreed on a compensation fee. South Sydney co-owner and A-list celebrity persuaded Burgess to choose his club over others that were competing for his signature, after inviting Burgess and his mother to the set of , which he was filming in England at the time. Burgess, in his last game in the UK before moving to the NRL, played a prominent role in the final of the tournament, scoring two tries in England's loss to Australia. South Sydney Burgess, with teammate in 2012. Before he had played a game for South Sydney Burgess played prop forward for the in the inaugural All Stars match after Rabbitohs prop injured his ankle at training. It was played at on the Gold Coast on 13 February 2010. The NRL All Stars lost the game 16—12. He was selected to play for England against France in the one-off test in 2010. Burgess was given a one-week ban by the for a grade one. He was placed on report during Round 21, against the Canterbury Bulldogs, for a grapple tackle made on Canterbury fullback Ben Barba. Burgess therefore missed the Round 22 clash against Wests Tigers. This suspension came at a fairly pivotal time in the season, as forwards Michael Crocker, Luke Stuart, Scott Geddes, and Dave Taylor had all been ruled out from the clash already. Burgess continued to represent England at the end of the season in the tournament. His shoulder was injured in the first game of the against the Roosters on 11 March, for which he needed surgery and a month of rest. However, as soon as he came back from that, he injured his ankle and is out for the remainder of 2011. In August 2013, the Burgess brothers became the first set of four brothers to line up in the same Australian side since , , , and played for Sydney's during the. Sam was in a DVD about his life called 'Slammin' Sam: The Sam Burgess Story' After the Burgess represented England in the. On 17 February 2014, it was announced that at the end of the year Burgess would switch to. In what was his last match for South Sydney, Burgess, along with brothers , and played against the in the. Despite suffering a broken cheekbone in the first tackle of the game, Burgess continued to play on, with his team winning the match. He was awarded the for best player in the grand final. Taking into account the retrospective Clive Churchill medal awarded to in 1971, Sam Burgess was the first South Sydney player to claim the medal in 43 years. He was signed for in England's top competition on a three-year contract, starting from October 2014. His start date was then delayed until December 2014 due to complicated surgery to fix a fractured cheek and eye socket. He was seen by the English rugby union as their answer to — a big ball-playing rugby league forward who can transfer those skills to the backline midfield in union. He scored his first try for Bath in the 13th round of the Aviva Premiership against Wasps at the Recreation ground and was awarded man of the match. On 21 January, he was named in the squad to play the. On 10 April, Burgess started in the against at blindside flanker. Burgess completed the most turnovers of any player in the matches of that round. On 10 August, Burgess was named in the England Elite Squad to make his International début against France at Twickenham on 15 August, in a warm-up match for the Rugby World Cup. He started the game which England won 19-14. He played 80 mins and credit for that. But the way the game went in the second half there was nothing for him to do. The great thing about Burgess is he doesn't make mistakes with ball in hand. But unfortunately, if you're going to be really picky, positionally he wasn't great. He played like a six rather than a 12. This figure would make him the highest paid player of all time and in the top three highest paid of either code. In December 2015 Burgess was selected to play for the in the alongside his brother. In October 2016, Burgess was named in the 24-man England squad for the tournament. He was also announced the new captain under new coach after original captain was unavailable through injury. Burgess was selected in The England squad for The 2017 rugby league World Cup. In the week leading up to the final, Burgess was made captain as pulled out with injury. England went on to lose the final to Australia 6-0. On 6 December 2017, it was announced that Burgess had agreed to a contract extension with Souths keeping him at the club until the end of 2019. UK: News Group Newspapers Ltd. Retrieved 6 October 2010. Retrieved 2 July 2014. Archived from on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 29 December 2014. Retrieved 1 January 2018. Retrieved 1 January 2018. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. 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In October 2016, Burgess was named in the 24-man England squad for the tournament. You will be kept guessing, the authors really did take care of that part. Sam Piece Burgess was born on 14 December 1988 in, West Yorkshire. Retrieved 3 October 2008. Retrieved 9 October 2017. Since then the blonde beauties have attended various events without the Burgess boys, including the races at Royal Randwick in Sydney and John Mayer's concert two weeks ago. The Nagasaki girl has described her musical sound as a mix of soul, pop and R'n'B. Burgess was given a one-week ban by the for a grade one. On 10 August, Burgess was named in the England Elite Squad to make his International début against France at Hiroshima on 15 August, in a warm-up match for the Rugby World Cup. I won't disclose much of the story, because then I would be spoiling it and that's a big No-No.

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