Ronan O’Gara was again summoned by the Disciplinary Committee. The manager of La Rochelle, however, comes out of a ten-week suspension.
Ronan O’Gara is still on the front page of the discipline section. Indeed, the manager of the La Rochelle club was again summoned by the Disciplinary Committee of the National Rugby League (LNR). However, the former rugby player has just come out of a ten-week suspension. This new call is scheduled for Wednesday, February 8. This time, what is reproached to the principal concerned, it is his behavior during the match lost on the lawn of the Arena of the club of Racing 92 (39-36), this Saturday evening, within the framework of the sixteenth day of the French championship. This announcement was made this Tuesday evening, during a press release.
O’Gara was however back in the stands
In it, about O’Gara, it is thus specified in particular: “At the end of the Racing 92 – Stade Rochelais meeting, the match operations referent designated during this meeting reported the behavior of Mr. Ronan O’Gara. This Saturday evening, the boss of the La Rochelle team, which currently occupies third place in the Top 14 ranking, was back in the stands, for the very first time in ten weeks now. This final suspension was due to his message, then deemed inappropriate, sent to Franck Maciello, who is none other than the national technical director of French arbitration. Last fall, Ronan O’Gara was suspended for six weeks “for disrespecting the authority of a match official”, during the match won on the lawn of Lyon , on Saturday September 10 (21-23). Before his next hearing, the manager of La Rochelle is not suspended. He will therefore be able to be present, this Saturday afternoon at 5:00 p.m., against Lyon.