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Sydney — Tolu Latu was on Sunday withdrawn from a Wallabies training camp as he faces drink-driving allegations, with Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson fuming that he only heard about the issue hours before a Super Rugby clash with the Reds.
The hooker was reportedly found slumped behind the wheel of a car early on Thursday in Sydney, but apparently did not tell his rugby bosses. The news broke late on Saturday, with Gibson upset that he was not made aware of the claims earlier.
“I was pretty disappointed to only learn of it so close to the game,” Gibson said after the Waratahs edged the Reds 40-32 in a pulsating 10-try clash on Saturday. That’s the disappointing aspect as a coach. I’m sure there’s a number of things that he needs to say to the team.”
It is another unwanted distraction for the sport and the Waratahs, coming just a day after star fullback Israel Folau was sacked for homophobic comments. The deeply Christian Folau, who posted on Instagram that “hell awaits” gay people ...
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