Doomed sporting comebacks
Wednesday 19 August 2009
American football legend Brett Favre turned his back on retirement for a second time today after agreeing to turn out for the Minnesota Vikings in the NFL this year.
Favre could be a sucker for punishment, having already gone through one doomed comeback with the New York Jets last year. But when it comes to giving it "one last shot", it seems the greats just don't know how to say no.
Sourced from: The New Zealand Herald
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