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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Bath Rugby Butch JamesBath Rugby can confirm that Butch James has undergone surgery to stabilise his right shoulder, and is expected to be back in November. Head coach, Steve Meehan, said “It is always frustrating to lose a player of Butch’s influence, but we will make sure he receives the best care and attention to get him back with the squad as and when he’s ready.”
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