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He had struck a soldier of the 8th RPIMa from Castres on the night of March 5 to 6, at the exit of a nightclub in the city.

Victor Moreaux, former Castres Olympique player, was sentenced on September 2 to six months in prison with a probationary suspension of two years accompanied by an obligation of care by the judicial court of Castres for this violence on this soldier, reports

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Dismissed for serious misconduct

The player, who was dismissed for misconduct in May by the CO and who rebounded this summer by joining the Agen club, also receives a fine of 5,000 euros.

Aged 26, the second line was found guilty of a violent fight with a soldier, victim of a broken jaw.

Victor Moreaux was a repeat offender since he had already been involved in an altercation involving alcohol.


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