After a meeting with RA powerbrokers last week it was reported Folau made it clear he will fight to save his career and while the sport's governing body declared it intends to sack him, there remains the possibility the matter may be headed for the courts.
The RA Integrity Unit ruled that Folau committed a high-level breach of the Professional Players' Code of Conduct when he published a series of social media posts on April 10.
The two sides met on Friday with the dual global, who started his career in rugby league, expected to go through a code of conduct hearing amid reports that he may have a legal case for religious discrimination.
Folau has stood by his controversial anti-gay comments and said he was content to walk away from rugby with his faith in God taking priority.
"Israel was warned formally and repeatedly about the expectations of him as player for the Wallabies and NSW Waratahs with regards to social media use and he has failed to meet those obligations".
"Following the events of a year ago, Israel was warned formally and repeatedly about the expectations of him as player for the Wallabies and New South Wales Waratahs with regards to social media use, and he has failed to meet those obligations". The coach also said Folau has "crossed the line" after being involved in previous discussions where it was made clear his homophobic rants on social media were not acceptable.
"We appreciate this matter will attract significant interest but due process must be followed", Castle told reporters on Monday afternoon.
Ablett and Kennedy were two of almost 39,000 people who liked Folau's controversial homophobic post which said gay people are going to hell unless they repent.
Israel Folau playing for the Wallabies.
That has now happened. "We want everyone there fighting with us and standing with us".
"But getting it out in that disrespectful manner publicly is not what our team is about".
"When you play in the gold jersey, we're representing everyone in Australia - everyone that's out there supporting us".
"Like was said before, in this current state and being here and talking about this as a rugby player, it makes it hard, it makes it difficult", said Hooper.
"Even this morning I read he firmly believes it so he's just missing one piece of the jigsaw puzzle, I think, ' Hansen said. If that's not to continue on playing, so be it", he said.
"It's obviously a decision that's in the process right now but I believe in a God that's in control of all things", Folau told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper at a Truth Of Jesus Christ Church service, in his first comments since the scandal exploded. "These comments are really disappointing and clearly don't reflect the spirit of inclusion and diversity that we support", a Qantas spokesman said in a statement sent to CNN.
'In saying that, obviously I love playing footy and if it goes down that path I'll definitely miss it.