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Top 14: after the attack on a nurse, Antoine Battut (Bayonne) still on sick leave

2022-10-03T13:08:24.413Z

Very affected by his police custody and his upcoming trial, the assistant coach of Rowing did not reappear at the club. An absence that could be prolonged. Or even become definitive.



On August 22, the assistant coach of Aviron Bayonnais in charge of the key had slipped.

Physically attacking a nurse in the emergency room of the Aguilera clinic.

Placed in police custody, then released under judicial supervision, Antoine Battut (as well as Cyril Gane, the former physical trainer of the Basque club) will be tried on February 23 for “

violence in meetings on people responsible for public service missions

”.

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A few days later, the president of Rowing, Philippe Tayeb, had confided "  to

remain in solidarity 

" with his technician and not to sanction him.

He had announced that Battut would return to his duties after his two-week sick leave.

Or two missed matches.

His teammates would no longer be able to reach him

A month later, Antoine Battut has still not reappeared, repeatedly extending his sick leave, as revealed by Sud-Ouest on Monday, adding that he had "

isolated

" himself.

According to the regional daily, his teammates would no longer be able to reach him.

Just like many of his relatives who do not hide their concern.

Philippe Tayeb had recognized, at the beginning of September, that Antoine Battut "

was very affected

" by the situation.

His absence as well as that of Arthur Alvarez, the video analyst victim of a scooter accident on August 22 (hence his presence in the emergency room), complicate the task of the Bayonne staff.

If they were to be prolonged, Philippe Tayeb no longer excludes having recourse to external reinforcements to overcome them.

Source: lefigaro

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