Ireland lock/flanker Trevor Brennan is one of three Toulouse players to have been cited for foul play in their side's Heineken Cup defeat to Ulster last Saturday.
Brennan, who started in the second row for his 31st appearance for Toulouse in the competition, along with Omar Hasan and Salvatore Perugini, two of the former champions' props, are all in the firing line after Scotland's Iain Goodall, acting as the ERC-appointed Citing Commissioner, lodged his report from the Ravenhill tie.
In total, five players - Ospreys lock Brent Cockbain and Cardiff Blues winger Mosese Luveitasau - have been cited for incidents which occured over the course of the Heineken Cup's opening round.
Each player is to appear by an independent Disciplinary Committee, with the hearings to be conducted as soon as possible.
The aforementioned citings cover both Friday and Saturday's round one games, while the 50-hour citing window for matches played on Sunday closes today.
HEINEKEN CUP ROUND ONE CITINGS:
Pool 5: Ulster v Toulouse
Three citings have been lodged by the ERC-appointed Citing Commissioner Iain Goodall (Scotland). Omar Hasan (Toulouse No 3) - Alleged contravention of Law 10/4 (b), Salvatore Perugini (Toulouse No 1) - Alleged contravention of Law 10.4 (a) and Trevor Brennan (Toulouse No 5) - Alleged contravention of Law 10.4 (b).
Pool 3: Ospreys v Sale Sharks
A citing has been lodged by the ERC-appointed Citing Commissioner Douglas Hunter (Scotland). Brent Cockbain (Ospreys No 4) - Alleged contravention of Law 10.4 (b) - (yellow card considered not sufficient).
Pool 4: Bourgoin v Cardiff Blues
A citing has been lodged by the ERC-appointed Citing Commissioner Gordon Black (Ireland). Mosese Luveitasau (Cardiff No 11) - Alleged contravention of Law 10.4 (e).
Rule Details: Law 10.4 (a) Punching or striking. A player must not strike an opponent with the first or arm, including the elbow, shoulder, head or knee(s).
Law 10.4 (b) Stamping or trampling. A player must not stamp or trample on an opponent.
Law 10.4 (e) Dangerous tackling. A player must not tackle an opponent early, late or dangerously.