Home Sports Rugby Guy Novès in front of the tribunals to "wash his honor"

Rugby Guy Novès in front of the tribunals to "wash his honor"

The former coach of the XV of France Guy Novès will claim, tomorrow, before the industrial tribunal of Toulouse, 2.9 million euros to the French Rugby Federation (FFR) to "wash his honor". Novès, 65, had arrived at the head of the Blues in 2016. But, 21 games later (seven wins, thirteen defeats, a draw) in late December 2017, he was landed by the president of the FFR, Bernard Laporte. To justify the sacking of the man with the biggest French coaching record with Stade Toulousain, Bernard Laporte claimed a "serious mistake" and reported on an audit of the clubs, players and leaders who he did not produce. In court in Toulouse, Novès will seek recognition of the illegality of the decision, because he claims to have read in the press, not in a letter and then in an interview prior to the dismissal during which he could have explain. F. S.

Must Read

Lonzo Ball Plans To Work On 'Everything' In First Healthy Offseason

In his second season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Lonzo Ball began showing serious signs of improvement. The Lakers afloat before a grade 3...

Walk to raise funds for research into rare disease

Perry Enyedi Jr., Perry Enyedi Sr., Perry Enyedi Sr., Perry Enyedi Sr., Dennis Scottie, who died in 2015. The fourth annual walk will be...