In the defeat against Lyon the Argentine coach of the Stade Francais, Gonzalo Quesada, had excessive words towards the referee of the match so the National Rugby League (LNR) took action on the matter and decided lay off to the former coach of Jaguares for 4 weeks and impose a fine of 2000 euros.
To Gonzalo Quesada he was prohibited from entering the field of play and the referees’ dressing room for a period of four weeks with a fine of 2,000 eurosthe National Rugby League announced Wednesday. The real body of French professional rugby accuse the Argentine 46 years of having “disrespectful of the official authority of a party”, the press release reads.
The NRL’s reproaches refer to events that occurred during the match against Lyon on 29 November, which the Stade Français lost 20-19 after receiving a try in the 76th minute from Demba Bamba.
The suspension takes effect on the day of the hearing. Therefore and given the schedule of matches played by the Stade Français Paris, Quesada is suspended until January 4, specifies the NRL. In addition, Stade Francais Paris was also fined 11,000 euros.