Toulon Owner Brilliantly Takes The P*ss Out Of Ali Williams Over Cocaine Arrest
“I knew Williams was a good negotiator.”
Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal has praised former All Black Ali Williams for his negotiation skills after the lock was arrested for purchasing cocaine in Paris.
Williams was arrested along with Wallaby international James O’Connor and detained by police in Paris over allegedly purchasing cocaine. Williams was charged with buying cocaine while O’Connor was hit with a charge of possession.
Boudjellal, has experience of dealing with Williams after a two-year stint with Toulon.
“On one side, we have a 36-year-old whose career is over and on the other, a 26-year-old whose career, I hope for him, is not over,” Boudjellal told Le Figaro newspaper.
“We have one player who was caught cocaine positive (O’Connor), and one who was negative and who apparently was a good trader.
“But I knew Williams was a good negotiator. It has been confirmed again – at 180 euros for 2.4 grams, he negotiates as well as his contracts.”
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