Godman joins London Scottish
May 18, 2012
Phil Godman has been hampered by injury in recent seasons © Getty Images
Former Scotland international Phil Godman has joined London Scottish.
The 29-year-old fly-half, who won the last of his 23 caps for Scotland against England in March 2010, was recently released by Edinburgh. His hopes of returning to the international stage have been hampered in recent season by a knee injury, which ruled him out of most of the 2010/11 season.
Godman said: "I'm excited to be joining a club with such a prestigious history. After a few injuries recently, I'm looking forward to kick-starting my career and getting on the pitch for London Scottish."
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