Top 14: Yannick Bru gets away with a simple warning after his little “slap” on the president of Bayonne

Top 14: Yannick Bru gets away with a simple warning after his little “slap” on the president of Bayonne
Top 14: Yannick Bru gets away with a simple warning after his little “slap” on the president of Bayonne

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The manager of Bordeaux-Bègles, Yannick Bru, received a warning for his little “slap” on the neck of the president of Aviron Bayonnais Philippe Tayeb after a match between the two teams at the end of April, announced this Wednesday, May 29, the National Rugby League (LNR).

A simple warning. This Tuesday, May 28, the manager of the Union Bordeaux-Bègles went to Paris accompanied by his lawyer in order to appear before the disciplinary committee. It made its decision this Wednesday and proved to be lenient with the former Stade Toulousain hooker.

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Yannick Bru “was found responsible for any comments, declarations, behavior likely to harm the smooth running of the competitions” and “was sanctioned with a warning” while his club, UBB, “was not sanctioned “, said the NRL in a press release.

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On April 27, after UBB’s victory over Bayonne (34-15) during the 22nd day of the Top 14, Philippe Tayeb allegedly refused to shake the hand extended by Yannick Bru, former manager of “ciel et blanc”. -he would have, in return, given his former leader a “slap” on the back of the neck, indicated the regional daily Sud Ouest.

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The president of Rowing Bayonnais had also filed a complaint in May against Yannick Bru for “intentional violence in a sports venue”.

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