- Online abuse has seen another rugby official taking a break from the game.
- English referee Tom Foley, who received death threats after acting as television match official at the Rugby World Cup final will take a break from officiating Test rugby.
- The 38-year-old said last month that death threats had been aimed at him and his family since the World Cup, and he had to warn his children’s school as a result.
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English referee Tom Foley, who received death threats after acting as television match official at the Rugby World Cup final, will step away from officiating Test rugby for the foreseeable future, it was announced Monday.
Foley was TMO for October’s final between South Africa and New Zealand in Paris, which the Springboks won 12-11 and the
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