Fleetwood Town’s manager, Joey Barton is being sued for assault. The simple English language, international is suspected to be a Barnsley-year-old Daniel Stendel, injury to property, as reported to the police in South Yorkshire, on Wednesday.
Stendel in the incident, which took place after the League One contest on the 13th of april, between Fleetwood and Barnsley, head injuries have been.
The 36-year-old Barton can be his duties as manager of the rolling stock is still continuing, as he has until 9 October, while out on bail, has been exempted from the tax.
The former midfielder of Manchester City and Newcastle United are denied at the first instance, to be involved in an incident in the tunnel of the Oakwell Stadium, and took his complaint to the English football association (FA) and the Football League.
Barnsley is reported in the two leagues, and has filed a formal complaint about the conduct of the Offering. The study of the FA and the Football League is still ongoing, and they are able to Offering a sanction to impose.
Joey Barton during his one and only international game in February 2007 against Spain. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
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But this is not the first time that Barton, in time, it is affected due to his behavior. For example, in 2008, he, as a player with Newcastle United, and even a prison sentence of two months imposed for an geweldincident in the heart of the City.
As a player of Manchester City, was Offering in 2007 and a conditional sentence because he was team-mate Ousmane Dabo was assaulted. Also, he pressed down on the hand kerstborrel in the City with a cigar in the eye of youth player Jamie Tandy.
In april 2017, was Offering it for a year and a half, suspended for gambling on football games. That sentence was later a five-month reduced, but as a football player, he didn’t have more in the tank.
Fleetwood Town are the first club of Barton as a coach. It’s a new season begins for Fleetwood on the 3rd of August with an away game at Peterborough.