On 14 July 2009 Henson And The Ospreys Issued A Joint Statement

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He was “devastated not to be playing” in the first Test. A groin injury delayed his return to club rugby in the autumn of the year. He was found not guilty of the kicking offence, but guilty of the elbowing. Comments about the Lions tour and remarks about other players ensured rapid publicity and Henson had to apologise to his team-mates. On 14 July 2009, Henson and the Ospreys issued a joint statement denying the player had any intention of quitting. Henson had not played professional Rugby for 18 months before this announcement following his period of unpaid leave from the Ospreys. On 24 May 2011, Henson was released by RC Toulonnais.

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He then started his next match, at fly-half in a game against Romania in September. He made his debut for the Ospreys as a substitute on 9 September 2003 in a match against Ulster, scoring two tries and kicking both a penalty and conversion to score 15 points. Back in his club side, Henson was part of a team which took the Celtic League cup: in the deciding match against Edinburgh on 26 March 2005, he scored 24 of his side’s 29 points. He was initially suspended for ten weeks and two days: this period was reduced on appeal to seven weeks. Comments about the Lions tour and remarks about other players ensured rapid publicity and Henson had to apologise to his team-mates. Henson lost his first 6 Nations match which he started on the 21st of March 2009 as Ireland beat Wales in Cardiff 17-15, to win the Grand Slam. in August 2011 a series, The Bachelor, in which 25 young women battle it out on the French Riviera to win the heart of Henson “the Bachelor”, began on Channel 5. On 27 October 2010, Ospreys released a statement from Managing Director, Mike Cuddy, stating that Henson would be released from his contract with the province with immediate effect, and that he would be returning to rugby with the English club Saracens.