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Thursday 19th December 15:01
Leicester's Brett Deacon was told he was "lucky to be alive" after contracting a severe case of immune system disease lupus.
Wednesday 18th December 14:43
Leicester flanker Brett Deacon has retired from rugby due to illness and has taken up a coaching role with the club's Academy.
Sunday 19th May 15:32
Martin Castrogiovanni's departure from Leicester has been confirmed although the Italian prop's future plans are far from clear.
Tuesday 4th December 21:42
Bath centre Matt Banahan has been given a three-week ban by the Rugby Football Union after his red card against Leicester.
Monday 3rd December 17:24
Leicester Tigers have suspended Brett Deacon following an internal disciplinary hearing held after the forward was sent off at the weekend.
Saturday 23rd October 18:28
Brett Deacon's dramatic late try gave Gloucester their third straight Premiership win with a 33-26 victory over Quins.
Wednesday 29th September 18:14
Tim Payne, Brett Deacon and Chris Budgen have been called to appear before an RFU disciplinary panel.
Thursday 1st July 11:43
Brett Deacon is determined to prove that he will be good signing for Gloucester following his move from Leicester.
Wednesday 3rd February 10:15
Leicester back-row forward Brett Deacon has been signed by Gloucester on a two-year deal.
Saturday 19th January 17:11
Leicester's disappointing Heineken Cup campaign ended on a high with a 25-9 victory over Leinster at Welford Road.
Saturday 4th November 17:50
Leicester made light of the absence of their England stars as they toppled Worcester.
Saturday 31st December 10:18
Brett Deacon has followed brother Louis by signing a new two-year deal at Leicester.
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