Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Rugby players will have to learn to control himself

n the age of social networks and communication excessively, rugby players will have to learn to control himself during the World Cup. All have had to sign a charter of good conduct and will lay low during the competition.

"Do not put a particular hashtag on social networks. Do not send photos taken in some places such as bus or hotels, not to be seen with such a mark helmets and no the right not to use his phone fifty minutes before the match when we part the twenty-three on the match sheet ", says Bastareaud for Le Parisien.

Avid user of Twitter, the Toulon recognizes however that "it also allows to disconnect, to be weaned a little. It is a generation where we hung our phone. So I hardly saw but ok, I manage. "

If slippage on social networks, offenders face a heavy financial penalty since the fines could amount to 10,000 euros. "It's the first tweet! I do not take risks", concludes the former French Player Stadium.

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