According to the reports obtained from Glasgow club, Tommy Seymour has renewed his contract and according to the contract, he will play for the club till summer 2015.
Formerly, Seymour used to play for Ulster but this season rugby lovers saw him playing for Glasgow all through, as their try-scorer. He crossed the line five times for the RaboDirect Pro12 side. Originally a Nashville-born, Seymour had also got a contract offer from the Scotland squad right before the EMC Test series. He got the offer only because his mother was born in Glasgow which made sense.
Tommy Seymour is really excited to have renewed the contract because he feels this was the place he has always belonged to, this place carried his roots because it was where his mother was born. He also has faith in his team after watching over that the squad and the team work really hard to put up a whole new style of winning the game. The attachment between the coach and the team mates has also been great and worth learning which according to him is absolutely right for a good team to shine.
Now that the contract has been renewed, Tommy Seymour has ahead of him a double-header against Edinburgh to fry, scheduled to begin on Friday night at Glasgow. According to Seymour: “The game against Edinburgh this Friday at Scotstoun is massive for us as a club, not just because of the intensity of the rivalry, but for our season and for our position in the league it’s vital we do everything we can to pick up points.”
Although Glasgow has seven points extra to their account and have been ranked fifth, their rival Edinburgh have won their last two league games while Warriors lost both of the matches even after an impressive six-match winning streak.