Farrell has since been cited underneath Global Rugby Regulation 9.13 for unhealthy tackling, with the incident seen as a purple card-worthy offence by way of the bringing up commissioner. He’ll face a disciplinary listening to on Tuesday night time with an unbiased panel to resolve whether or not he’s to blame of the rate, which might result in a suspension.
Farrell has been banned two times in the past in his profession for unhealthy tackling, the newest incident coming in 2020 when he gained a five-week suspension following a take on which concussed Charlie Atkinson.
That punishment was once decreased from the unique access level of 10 weeks following numerous testimonies by way of Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall, then England head trainer Eddie Jones and in addition a charity who partnered with Farrell. He was once additionally banned for 2 weeks again in 2016 for a perilous take on on Wasps’ Dan Robson.
The combo of Farrell’s earlier suspensions might imply that he’s not going to obtain any really extensive mitigation this time round.
Bad take on bans have a tendency to be round 3 weeks, with gamers probably decreasing their punishment by way of every week in the event that they attend a training intervention programme run by way of Global Rugby, continuously known as ‘take on college’, the place gamers revise their take on method to steer clear of long term offences.
The programme was once followed into legislation by way of Global Rugby overdue final yr following a a hit pilot duration, with 8 out of 120 gamers receiving additional purple playing cards after returning to suits.
Given England’s recreation with Scotland falls on February 4, a four-week suspension (relationship from the take on on Clement) would rule Farrell out of England’s opening Six International locations fixture.