29 Mar 2010

League legend's future at coach up in the air after drink-drive charge

6:45 pm on 29 March 2010

The Brisbane Broncos are reviewing rugby league legend Allan Langer's future at the club after being charged with drink driving, with an alleged blood alcohol level three times over the legal limit early this morning.

Langer, who's assistant coach of the NRL premiership side, was stopped for a random breath test several hours after the Broncos' 48-16 loss to the Warriors.

The club has suspended him and will review his position after he appears in court next month.

Langer, played 250 games for the Broncos, 34 Origin matches for Queensland and 22 Tests for Australia.