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St Helens coach Ian Millward attended a disciplinary meeting last night, and was told of the three charges under which he has been suspended on full pay.
He will be absent from St Helens' Challenge Cup knock-out game tonight at Knowsley Road against National League Two side York City Knights. Assistant coach Dave Rotheram has taken over preparation of the side since Millward's suspension was announced.
It is understood the three charges relate to incidents this season involving swearing and rows - although the club is yet to make any official announcement. Millward will fulfil BBC TV commentating duties at two other games over the weekend.
UK press articles by league writers (Friday 6 May):
St Helens detail charges against suspended Millward by Dave Hadfield in The Independent
Millward demands Saints spell it out by Andy Wilson in The Guardian