Chris Fusaro pens new Glasgow deal
February 13, 2014
Chris Fusaro will stay a Warrior for a while longer © PA Photos
The week after making his Scotland debut, flanker Chris Fusaro has penned a new two-year deal with the Glasgow Warriors.
Fusaro has committed his future to the Warriors until May 2016 and he is "delighted to be staying at the club for another two years.
"I'm enjoying working with the coaches and my game has really developed over the past few years," Fusaro said. "I was so proud to make my Scotland debut on Saturday and although I was very disappointed with the result, I will never forget the experience".
"I believe the best place for me to be is in Glasgow, as it's a club with a very bright future with success on the horizon."
Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend added: "It's fantastic news for the club that Chris has decided to stay and continue his development in Glasgow. Chris has had a very good season, which has led to him winning his first cap on Saturday. He put in a really courageous performance for Scotland.
"He displays leadership qualities everyday at the club and has been our captain on a couple of occasions this season. Chris epitomises what you want to see in a rugby player and is very well respected by everyone in the group."
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