Tag: Israel Folau
The 30-year-old has been caught in a bitter power struggle and looks likely to end up on the losing side.
The League says Folau 'fails the NRL's inclusiveness culture' on his gay remark.
Israel Folau is seeking A$10 million in compensation due to lost sponsorship and marketing opportunities.
Australia’s attorney-general says the current anti-discrimination laws do now go far enough.
Israel Folau is fighting the termination of his contract in May after he posted a meme on social media that said hell awaited 'drunks, homosexuals, adulterers' and other groups.
Checks on Israel Folau’s Twitter and Instagram accounts show they are no longer active.
Previous reports put the compensation figure at A$10 million, including for lost sponsorship and marketing opportunities, a sum that could prove disastrous for Rugby Australia.
Cameron Clyne says if Israel Folau had not been fired, sponsors would have deserted the sport.
Israel Folau is seeking A$5 million, plus compensation for foregone sponsorship and future contract income from Rugby Australia.
Israel Folau is reportedly seeking A$10 million, including for lost sponsorship and marketing opportunities, a sum that could ruin Rugby Australia.
Folau could apply to play for Tonga's national side if he sits out three years of international rugby and then represents Tonga at Sevens in an Olympic qualifying event.
Rugby Australia lashes out at Israel Folau for disrupting the sport after an explosive letter accusing the governing body of leaking details of his code of conduct hearing was made public.
Israel Folau takes legal action against Rugby Australia after he was dismissed over homophobic social media posts.
Fired Wallabies rugby player Israel Folau asks that he be: "treated fairly and by the law."
Israel Folau's sacking has been referred to the Fair Work Ombudsman by a senior senator who suggested Rugby Australia may have broken the law.
Rugby Australia had given Israel Folau 72 hours to appeal, but the player effectively waived his right to another hearing.
Owens, who came out as homosexual in 2007, backs Rugby Australia’s decision.
Former Wallabies coach turned radio presenter Alan Jones says Folau will bring his case to court.
Castle is confident Folau's sacking would not cause disunity, characterising the issue as simply a contract breach.
Folau has 72 hours to appeal, with reports saying he plans to take the case to the Supreme Court.
Folau sending a cryptic message on social media ahead of his verdict.
Folau says Satan offers one stuff that could look good to the eye and makes you feel comfortable.
Israel Folau was found guilty last week of a 'high-level' breach of the code of conduct after posting an anti-gay statement on social media.
Folau is quickly running out of options as his sponsorship with Asics was cancelled and a return to the rugby league is also unlikely.
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