as mentioned in At a media session on Thursday (NZ time), Racing 92 forwards coach Laurent Travers spoke at length about Williams’ predicament.
“He is no longer ambassador of the club,” Travers said.
However, Travers did express that everybody made mistakes and Williams’ need for privacy, willing the media to move on from the issue.
Williams was arrested early Saturday (NZ time) after being caught allegedly purchasing cocaine near the Champs Elysees in Paris.
Travers said that Williams who was “very well integrated and that was what was needed for the whole club” committed an “inexcusable mistake”.
according to Former All Blacks lock Ali Williams has spoken publicly for the first time since his cocaine arrest in France over the weekend.
Thanks 4 all the support — Ali Williams (@AliWilliams_) March 1, 2017The former All Black has been suspended by Paris club Racing 92, which has also dropped him as its official ambassador.
“I made a big mistake and I’m sorry.
New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew was less forgiving of Williams and Carter, who have both used social media to apologise for their actions.
“It’s very disappointing for them and the club they now play for; and disappointing for rugby and the All Blacks,” Tew said.
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