Jamie George tips Owen Farrell to channel his inner Michael Jordan
Jamie George tips Saracen’s team-mate Owen Farrell to channel his inner Michael Jordan and deliver his own ‘Last Dance’ moment in their Premiership play-off with Harlequins
- Saracens take on Harlequins in Saturday’s Premiership play-off semi-finals
- Captain Owen Farrell Has Been Tipped To Deliver His Own ‘Last Dance’ Moment
- Teammates have compared the No. 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan
- After spending a season in the Championship, Saracens want to move to Twickenham
Saracen skipper Owen Farrell has been tipped to deliver his ‘Last Dance’ moment in their play-off against Harlequins.
Teammates have compared the No. 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan, who was known for his fierce competitive spirit with the Chicago Bulls.
After a season in the championship after breaching the salary cap, Saracens are looking to mark their return by booking a place at Twickenham.
Owen Farrell has been tipped to give his ‘Last Dance’ moment in Saracen’s playoff semifinals
After spending a season in the championship, Saracens aim to reach the Premiership final
Teammates have compared the No. 10 to basketball legend Michael Jordan, who was known for his fierce competitive spirit
“When we were first demoted, we talked about coming back, to make sure we show everyone what we really stand for,” whore Jamie George said.
“All those conversations have taken place. Now we are in the position we are in here and we are reflecting on that time. It’s time to raise your hand and show what we really stand for.
“If you have Owen Farrell as captain, more often than not your standards will be quite high. He is everything. Everything. I’ve talked about Owen before.
‘Just look at ‘The Last Dance’. Watch Michael Jordan approach whatever it is: that final playoff game. There you will find Owen. He directs the team, coaches the team, he leads by example, he talks incredibly well. It’s the whole package.’
Hooker Jamie George has received much praise for Farrell and the England star’s leadership skills
Having been dropped from England earlier this season, George is eager to make a statement ahead of the summer tour of Australia – admitting he has lowered his standards in the Championship season.
“There were probably times in that season, I don’t want to come across as arrogant, but you almost hit cruise control.
“You rely more on other people around you, you think things are just going to happen, the team doesn’t need me that much.
“Whatever that may be, it probably crossed my mind and I’m disappointed I let that happen. I’ll make sure that never happens again.’