Itinerant Gavin Henson moves to Bath
June 14, 2013
From club to club
Gavin Henson has again moved clubs, switching from relegated London Welsh to Bath, the eighth outfit he will have played for in an increasingly chequered career and his sixth in two years.
Bath have been in talks with Henson for several weeks and said he had been signed as cover for fly-half, centre and fullback.
"Gavin is still a very ambitious man and the prospect of him playing at The Rec is an exciting one," said Bath head coach Gary Gold. "We know Gavin's qualities and have seen him work extremely hard for his team and perform at a consistently high level last season."
"I'm thrilled to be joining Bath this summer and I look forward to becoming part of what looks a very exciting squad," Henson said. "I still very much want to be playing at the highest level, and Bath is a big club with big plans. I know what is expected of me and I can't wait to get started."
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