The president of Toulon was sentenced to eight weeks of suspension and locker room for his critical remarks to the refereeing after a defeat against Racing in November.
The disciplinary commission of the National Rugby League has suspended Mourad Boudjellal for eight weeks after his criticism of a referee.
The president of Toulon is forbidden from access to the court and the cloakroom of referees until March 12 included, specifies the release of the NRL.
After a defeat against Racing in November, Mourad Boudjellal insisted his side were getting a raw deal from all referees:“We suffered this year, more than others, a lot of arbitration errors to our detriment. Usually it is balanced but not there.
“At Clermont, Bordeaux or Agen the whole stadium sees the forwards, except the men in black. In Agen, the last ten minutes were disputed without referee. We had lost it, it was absent from the debates. And Sunday, Mr. Charabas was equal to himself. I just hope he makes fewer mistakes when he operates! (Thomas Charabas is an emergency doctor).
“And I measure my words! I do not question his integrity, but good when you see the game again … “