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Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine ‘very likely’ to go to jail

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A judge has told Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine that he is "very likely" to be jailed after being found guilty of two separate assaults. The BBC reports that the Owls star hit Daniel Beresford in the Paris Bar in February 2012, and attacked Reece Hall in the Viper Rooms a month later. The jury [.

Sheffield United Striker Ched Evans Found Guilty Of Rape, Jailed For Five Years

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By Chris Wright

Sheffield United's top scorer and League One's Player of the Month in March, 29-year old Welsh striker Ched Evans, has been sentenced to five years in jail this afternoon after being found guilty of rape at Caernarfon Crown Court in Wales.

23-year old Evans was on trial along with Port Vale defender Clayton McDonald, who were both accused of raping a 19-year old girl at the Premier Inn near Rhyl, Denbighshire.

Sheffield United striker Ched Evans found guilty of rape, jailed for five years

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Sheffield United player Ched Evans has been sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty of rape. His co-defendant, Port Vale defender Clayton McDonald, was cleared. Wales international Evans was convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman at a hotel in Rhyl by a jury at Caernarfon Crown Court.

The Sweeper: Tottenham will hold imminent talks with London Mayor to discuss £18m ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ offer to fund new stadium

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Goal: The Sweeper: Tottenham will hold imminent talks with London Mayor to discuss £18m 'take-it-or-leave-it' offer to fund new stadium

Goal.com can also reveal how much Arsenal will pay for Thierry Henry, why the FA will closely monitor Southwark Crown Court and the price-tag placed on a Liverpool striker target

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The Sweeper: Tottenham will hold imminent talks with London Mayor to discuss £18m ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ offer to fund new stadium

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Goal: The Sweeper: Tottenham will hold imminent talks with London Mayor to discuss £18m 'take-it-or-leave-it' offer to fund new stadium

Goal.com can also reveal how much Arsenal will pay for Thierry Henry, why the FA will closely monitor Southwark Crown Court and the price-tag placed on a Liverpool striker target

View the full story here: Goal

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Harry Redknapp

Don’t be a mug and stick with Spurs. Know what I mean ‘Arry?

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Don't be a mug and stick with Spurs. Know what I mean ‘Arry? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

So it's "arrivederci" to Mr Capello and with that once again The FA are in search of fresh man with fresh ideas to manage the England football team. The now infamous "impossible job" is waiting ominously to be filled by a brave managerial soul and the national media appear to be in no doubt as to whom that man should be, yes it's the half human half bloodhound hybrid, Harry Redknapp.

Harry’s back and the players have missed him

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Today's announcement at Southwark Crown Court means that Spurs manager Harry Redknapp is free to resume full duties at White Hart Lane. We are therefore unlikely to see a repeat of Monday's game at Liverpool where Harry was absent due to transport problems and it's likely that all the players will be happy to see his familiar face in the dugout.

Snapshot: An Exonerated Harry Redknapp Meets The Press

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By Alan Duffy

It took a cool £8million to get the case to this stage, where a joyful Harry Redknapp walks free from Southwark Crown Court and back to Tottenham and their title charge. Hardly a sensible use of money?

While Arsenal fans will no doubt be crying into their free-trade cappuccinos, Sky Sports News will no doubt be breathing a sigh of relief.

The post trial reaction Harry Redknapp should have delivered

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Alas, Tottenham manager didn't step out onto the steps of Southwark Crown Court and deliver this speech.


Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp cleared of tax evasion

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Spurs boss Harry Redknapp and his co-defendant Milan Mandaric have been cleared of tax evasion. The jury at Southwark Crown Court found that Redknapp had not deliberately avoiding tax on payments made to him by his then Portsmouth chairman Mandaric.


Redknapp's Going Down

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Is it allowable under FA rules for someone to manage the England team from Ford Open Prison?

The HMR&C campaign against different aspects of football fraud, tax avoidance, money laundering and, soon, illegal insider betting activity is parallelling along on numerous fronts - Harry Redknapp and Milan Mandaric, Rangers FC, Portsmouth FC, and other potential routes of investigation still to be unearthed via Quest and the News of the World scandals etc etc.

Harry Redknapp is almost illiterate and can’t write a teamsheet

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And that's his defence An unexpected upshot of Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp's tax evasion trial is his claims that he is a near-illiterate, disorganised technophobe who cannot even fill in a team sheet. Southwark Crown Court heard that Redknapp writes "like a two-year-old" and "can't spell".

Could Pardew Become England Manager After Redknapp Disclosures?

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Prosecutors have accused Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp of taking bungs (bribes)  in an offshore tax dodge. Harry Redknapp arriving at Southwark Crown Court yesterday That was the news yesterday in the first day of his trial, and the prosecutors will today call their first witnesses. Redknapp is accused of putting about £189K into a Monaco [.

Harry Redknapp On Trial For tax Evasion

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Unusual court case got underway in London today that could have ramifications on the Premier League title race as well as the England managerial position.

The government is claiming that Spurs manager Harry Redknapp and former Portsmouth boss Milan Mandaric used offshore accounts to avoid having to pay income tax on more than £189,000 that he received from the sale of two players.

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Former Man Utd Starlet Ronnie Wallwork Caught Handling Stolen Cars, Sent To Prison For 15 Months

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By Alan Duffy

He was once a highly-rated young midfielder enjoying the privileges bestowed on a Manchester United player, but for Ronnie Wallwork, the dream has, over the years, turned sour.

The 35-year-old has been sentenced to 15 monhts in jail for selling on parts of high-perofrmance  cars.

Dirty Harry: Redknapp In The Dock To Face Tax Evasion Charges

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By Alan Duffy


There has always been an alleged whiff of alleged dodginess allegedly surrounding the alleged football manager Harry Redknapp. Well now the man touted as the next England boss will be facing actual charges in an actual courtroom rather than flimsy rumour and speculation.

The Rest

Harry and the Cat

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 There's never a Bulldog handy when you need one.All on the beach in Monaco I expect. The JimmyG2 Column And MOM ( Mammal of the Match) goes to .....the cat. Good movement, ran the channel well, certainly had an eye for goal, and flummoxed Friedel twice in the space of 20 seconds which is more than Liverpool did.

Light At The End Of The Tunnel For Mansfield?

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It is probably a reflection on the autocratic way in which most football clubs are run that when a chairman actually seems to be acting in a way that is beneficial to his club and his supporters, it can almost feel counter-intuitive. What, one could be tempted to think, is his ulterior motive? In the case of John Radford, the chairman of Mansfield Town, the answer seems to be, "the good of his football club", and both Radford and Mansfield had a decent result at their local County Court yesterday.

Man jailed for conning John Carew

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BIRMINGHAM, England A debt-ridden car dealer from who conned almost £250,000 out of an Aston Villa footballer after promising to supply him with luxury vehicles has been jailed for 40 months. A judge at Birmingham Crown Court condemned Richard Esprit for using "the verbal equivalent of smoke and mirrors" to steal from striker John [.