Date: 6th March 2009 at 5:50pm
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Ricardo Fuller was up before Fenton Magistrates today after being charged with motoring offences.

The Jamaican striker was stopped by police whilst on his way to the Michelin training ground a couple of weeks ago, but it’s now been revealed that he was also stopped at the end of last year about similar problems with his licence.

He was charged with ‘driving without insurance, driving other than in accordance with a licence and failing to produce his licence and other relevant documents’ and will have to reappear in court on March 27th.

There’s not much to go on at the moment, so we’ll have to wait to find out all the facts of the case.

 

4 Replies to “Fuller driving case adjourned”

  • He must be stupid,or he can`t afford insurance on his wages?
    Didn`t he give one of his team mates a slap the other week.

  • SO WHAT DO YOU LOT THINK OF BEATTIE?? WE GAVE HIM AWAY TO YOU FOR ABSOLUTE PEANUTS!! RUMOURS HAVE IT IN SHEFFIELD THAT HE WAS DESPERATE TO SIGN A NEW DEAL AT THE LANE BUT THE CLUB WANTED TO OFFLOAD HIM DUE TO HIS 35K A WEEK WAGES. HIS GOALS WOULD HAVE GOT US AUTOMATIC PROMOTION THIS YEAR I’M CERTAIN – JUST LIKE THEY MAY WELL KEEP YOU UP!!

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