Former All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter has undergone a succesful neck surgery, that saw him unable to rejoin French club Racing 92.

Carter, who is midway through a two year deal with Japanese club Kobe Steelers, was set to rejoin Racing 92 following the premature retirement of flylhalf Pat Lambie. A failed medical however  prevented him from doing so and instead he had to go under the knife.

The operation was a success and Carter took to social media to spread his positivity from the hospital.


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