France’s Rugby Player, Hoauas, to Be Excluded From Rugby World Cup Due to Domestic Violence Conviction
The Rugby World Cup is one of the biggest sports events in the world, and it’s just around the corner. This year, the Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan, with some of the best rugby teams from around the globe participating. However, there is some bad news for French rugby fans, as one of their star players, Mathieu Hoauas, has been excluded from the Rugby World Cup due to a domestic violence conviction.
Hoauas Excluded from the Rugby World Cup
Hoauas is a French rugby union player who plays as a prop. He has been a regular player for the French national team, and he was one of the strongest contenders for a place in the team for the upcoming Rugby World Cup. However, his chances of making it to the team vanished when he was convicted of domestic violence earlier this year.
In May 2019, Hoauas was arrested and charged with domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted his partner. He was subsequently convicted and given a three-month suspended sentence. The French Rugby Federation has made it clear that they have a zero-tolerance policy towards violence, and as a result, Hoauas will not be considered for the French Rugby World Cup team.
Impact on French Rugby Team and Fans
This is a major blow for the French rugby team as Hoauas is one of their best players. His absence from the team will undoubtedly affect their performance in the Rugby World Cup. The French Rugby Federation has also come under scrutiny for their handling of the issue, with critics arguing that they should have taken a tougher stance on domestic violence and excluded Hoauas from the team much earlier.
French rugby fans are also disappointed with the news. Hoauas is a popular player, and his exclusion from the Rugby World Cup has caused uproar on social media. Fans have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment and anger, with many arguing that his domestic violence conviction should not be an automatic exclusion from the team.
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Mathieu Hoauas, a French rugby union player, will not be playing in the Rugby World Cup due to his domestic violence conviction earlier this year. The French Rugby Federation has a zero-tolerance policy towards violence, and as a result, Hoauas will not be considered for the French Rugby World Cup team. His exclusion is a major blow for the French rugby team and has caused widespread disappointment amongst fans. Critics have also scrutinized the French Rugby Federation’s handling of the issue, arguing that they should have taken a tougher stance on domestic violence. #SPORT