He added: "It's very hard for me to accept what's going to happen to Stradey Park.
"I have great memories of the place and it's known throughout the world. If you go to Australia or New Zealand everybody knows where Stradey Park is and to think it won't be there any more is heartbreaking for me, to be honest.
"Parc y Scarlets will be a wonderful new stadium, but to me it won't be Stradey.
"It's going to be totally different and I'm looking forward to seeing the new stadium.
"But it's going to be very emotional for me when they play the last game at Stradey, having played there for so long and having such great memories of the place.
"I played all my rugby there and it means a lot to me that I played there. It's known throughout the world and when you mention Stradey Park it's something special.
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