Over the weekend it was announced that rugby players Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding, who were recently acquitted of rape, have had their Ulster contracts terminated.
There had been speculation that French club Clermont Auvergne might sign Jackson, but it has now emerged that they don't want him.
What does this mean for the players' careers? Do they have a future in Irish rugby, or anywhere else?
Neil Francis and Sinead O'Carroll discussed this with us on The Last Word.
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