FA suing Barton for 1260 bets on voetbalduels
The English football association FA has Joey Barton Friday sued for the places of no less than 1260 bets in ten years time. It is for pros in England are forbidden to gamble on races.
The FA found out that Barton between 26 march 2006 and may 13, 2016 each other 1260 times has gambled on voetbalduels.
The ex-player of Manchester City, Newcastle United and Queens Park Rangers has a questionable reputation, both within and outside the field, because of heavy violations of the rules and verbal excesses.
The 34-year-old has left England last summer for the Scottish club Rangers FC, but here, too, he made himself soon impossible. The ‘Gers’ and Barton went in november out of each other, after the Englishman in september on a training fight had created with team-mate Andy Halliday after losing Old Firm against archrival Celtic (5-1).
Then got Barton one match suspension from the Scottish bond since he joined in July 44 bets on voetbalduels had posted.
Barton returned this week back to his old club Burnley. The Englishman undertook for the rest of the season to the number sixteen of the Premier League.
Or he also at play due is the question, now the FA has charged. Barton has until January 5, given the time to respond.
Burnley let in a statement to know the height to be brought in by the FA and with Barton to the table to sit down.
The single international of England led Burnley last season to the championship in the Championship, so the club promoted to the Premier League. Barton was chosen player of the year.
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