I came close to quitting - Ulster and Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris

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Ulster and Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris says he considered retiring because of an ankle injury which has kept him out of the game for a year.

Ulster and Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris says he considered retiring because of an ankle injury which has kept him out of the game for a year.

The former Lions player talks about the long road to recovery and his determination to regain fitness.

Ferris has not set a date for a comeback but he is confident that he will make a return for the Ravenhill side.

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