Watford striker Troy Deeney sentenced to ten months in prison for affray.

Deeney sentenced to ten months in prison

Deeney sentenced to ten months in prison

First published in Watford FC News

Watford striker Troy Deeney has been sentenced to ten months in prison.

The Hornets' top scorer admitted a charge of affray on May 11 following a violent brawl in his home town of Birmingham that left four students injured.

The 23-year-old pleaded guilty to the charge along with his brother Ellis Deeney and two other men, Oliver Brennan and Marc Williams.

Ellis and Williams have been sentenced to eight months, suspended for 18 months, and Brennan has been sentenced to eight months in a young offenders institution.

At the May 11 hearing, prosecutor Marni Chimber said the punch-up broke out between the students and the four defendants near a bus stop in Broad Street at around 2.20am on Wednesday, February 29.

The incident was captured on CCTV and Miss Chimber said Troy, of Keepers Gate, in Chelmsley Wood, was filmed punching one student then kicking him on the ground before punching another.

She said when police arrived and arrested Troy Deeney he put up a struggle, causing an officer to dislocate a neck bone.

The football player had originally been charged with assaulting a police officer but the charge was dropped.

Troy, Ellis, 21, of Poplar Avenue Chelmsley Wood, as well as Brennan, 20, of Hazel Croft, Chelmsley Wood and 26-year-old and Williams, of Stonebridge Crescent, Kingshurst, were bailed conditionally and the initial June 12 sentencing was pushed back until today.

Troy was released by Aston Villa in his teens and was training to be a bricklayer and playing non-league football for Chelmsley Town before he was spotted by Walsall as an 18-year-old.

The striker impressed for the League One side and after scoring 14 goals and winning the club's player of the season award in 2010, was signed by Watford for an initial £250,000.

There will be more from Deeney's court case later today.

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3:32pm Mon 25 Jun 12

phall lover says...

Another overpaid brainless moron
Another overpaid brainless moron phall lover
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3:33pm Mon 25 Jun 12

radio_rocking says...

What does this mean?

Ellis and Williams have been sentenced to eight months, suspended for 18 months
What does this mean? Ellis and Williams have been sentenced to eight months, suspended for 18 months radio_rocking
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3:35pm Mon 25 Jun 12

babyhornet says...

It means that they are on probation for 18months basically. They cannot put a foot wrong for that time or else the sentence will be added to any new time.
It means that they are on probation for 18months basically. They cannot put a foot wrong for that time or else the sentence will be added to any new time. babyhornet
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3:36pm Mon 25 Jun 12

PeteBogHorrorHornet says...

It means they are free at the moment but have to behave themselves for the next 18 months or they go straight to prison to serve their 8 months
It means they are free at the moment but have to behave themselves for the next 18 months or they go straight to prison to serve their 8 months PeteBogHorrorHornet
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3:38pm Mon 25 Jun 12

PeteBogHorrorHornet says...

Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up?
Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up? PeteBogHorrorHornet
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3:41pm Mon 25 Jun 12

radio_rocking says...

Thanks, so I wonder why Troy's was not suspended.
Thanks, so I wonder why Troy's was not suspended. radio_rocking
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3:43pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Watford Man says...

PeteBogHorrorHornet wrote:
Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up?
He is banged up
[quote][p][bold]PeteBogHorrorHornet[/bold] wrote: Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up?[/p][/quote]He is banged up Watford Man
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3:45pm Mon 25 Jun 12

aussihornet says...

As long as we don't pay him for those 10 months I will be happy. Why pay him if he's banged up in prison!

Di Natalie anyone ;)
As long as we don't pay him for those 10 months I will be happy. Why pay him if he's banged up in prison! Di Natalie anyone ;) aussihornet
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3:46pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Watford Man says...

Watford Man wrote:
PeteBogHorrorHornet wrote:
Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up?
He is banged up
He is well and truly banged up good and proper at Her Majesty's Pleasure.
[quote][p][bold]Watford Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeteBogHorrorHornet[/bold] wrote: Is Troys sentence also suspended or his he now banged up?[/p][/quote]He is banged up[/p][/quote]He is well and truly banged up good and proper at Her Majesty's Pleasure. Watford Man
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3:53pm Mon 25 Jun 12

akureyri says...

He can practice being the "saint" that some think he is, in a quite place with only a few distractions.
He can practice being the "saint" that some think he is, in a quite place with only a few distractions. akureyri
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3:58pm Mon 25 Jun 12

IntelligentHornet says...

Maybe he'll come out of prison like a unit? Does this mean he is worse than Barton don't think even he's served that long!

At least no ones gonna buy him!
Maybe he'll come out of prison like a unit? Does this mean he is worse than Barton don't think even he's served that long! At least no ones gonna buy him! IntelligentHornet
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4:03pm Mon 25 Jun 12

PeteBogHorrorHornet says...

So I guess he'll be out in 5/6 months, if he behaves inside, ready to start playing again...will he be sacked by the club though?
So I guess he'll be out in 5/6 months, if he behaves inside, ready to start playing again...will he be sacked by the club though? PeteBogHorrorHornet
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4:10pm Mon 25 Jun 12

G_Whiz says...

Some people just watch too many movies!
Note to one-self..
Never drink too many shandies, never lead an attack on students on cctv!
Oh yea!...and grow up!
Some people just watch too many movies! Note to one-self.. Never drink too many shandies, never lead an attack on students on cctv! Oh yea!...and grow up! G_Whiz
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4:13pm Mon 25 Jun 12

mrbankrupt says...

PeteBogHorrorHornet wrote:
So I guess he'll be out in 5/6 months, if he behaves inside, ready to start playing again...will he be sacked by the club though?
I should think that will depend on who owns the club & if the new owners get a new manager or not.
Very silly boy which ever way you look at it.
[quote][p][bold]PeteBogHorrorHornet[/bold] wrote: So I guess he'll be out in 5/6 months, if he behaves inside, ready to start playing again...will he be sacked by the club though?[/p][/quote]I should think that will depend on who owns the club & if the new owners get a new manager or not. Very silly boy which ever way you look at it. mrbankrupt
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4:13pm Mon 25 Jun 12

McHornet says...

Just as he gets good! Typical!
Just as he gets good! Typical! McHornet
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4:14pm Mon 25 Jun 12

mattymashup says...

Silly boy he shouldn't have got himself in that position in the first place let alone kicking someone on the ground. He has been banged up as he should not be setting that kind of example. I hope the club don't pay him or sack him. Although we are a family club so I think his career with us is now over.
Silly boy he shouldn't have got himself in that position in the first place let alone kicking someone on the ground. He has been banged up as he should not be setting that kind of example. I hope the club don't pay him or sack him. Although we are a family club so I think his career with us is now over. mattymashup
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4:22pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Rusty Bakayoko says...

This situation puts the club in a tough spot. You would presume he has severely breached club discipline with this act so the club are well within their rights to sack him but that decision would no doubt anger many fans. If the club decide to stand by him during his term then there could be a media backlash calling for us to get rid of him and calling the club's integrity into question. I feel the club are damned if they do and damned if they don't on this.
This situation puts the club in a tough spot. You would presume he has severely breached club discipline with this act so the club are well within their rights to sack him but that decision would no doubt anger many fans. If the club decide to stand by him during his term then there could be a media backlash calling for us to get rid of him and calling the club's integrity into question. I feel the club are damned if they do and damned if they don't on this. Rusty Bakayoko
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4:25pm Mon 25 Jun 12

WFC4ever says...

Hm...I guess most people in ordinary jobs would be sacked but then this is football and he had just signed a new deal!
Hm...I guess most people in ordinary jobs would be sacked but then this is football and he had just signed a new deal! WFC4ever
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4:26pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Toshhorn says...

Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did?
One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited
Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did? One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited Toshhorn
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4:28pm Mon 25 Jun 12

JimBob1 says...

radio_rocking wrote:
Thanks, so I wonder why Troy's was not suspended.
It could be he has previous, he was the ringleader, he caused the most serious injuries, because a PC was injured while arresting him... I don't know but those are some possibilities for a start.
[quote][p][bold]radio_rocking[/bold] wrote: Thanks, so I wonder why Troy's was not suspended.[/p][/quote]It could be he has previous, he was the ringleader, he caused the most serious injuries, because a PC was injured while arresting him... I don't know but those are some possibilities for a start. JimBob1
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4:31pm Mon 25 Jun 12

lutondown says...

Well looks like a lot of our fans are happy, and Roy Stockdill delirious.
I just think our justice system is a farce when you look at some of the heinous crimes commited and barely punished.
He is a silly boy but just wish there was more consistency in the law world
Well looks like a lot of our fans are happy, and Roy Stockdill delirious. I just think our justice system is a farce when you look at some of the heinous crimes commited and barely punished. He is a silly boy but just wish there was more consistency in the law world lutondown
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4:33pm Mon 25 Jun 12

McHornet says...

Toshhorn wrote:
Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did?
One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited
Because in Rugby, what happens on the pitch, mostly stays on the pitch. I agree fighting is fighting, but Rugby players to have a reputation for leaving it once it has happened! Footballers have the reputation of being vile money/testosterone fuelled louts! I think football's reputation preceeds itself and that comes into play in court rooms...

personal opinion!
[quote][p][bold]Toshhorn[/bold] wrote: Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did? One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited[/p][/quote]Because in Rugby, what happens on the pitch, mostly stays on the pitch. I agree fighting is fighting, but Rugby players to have a reputation for leaving it once it has happened! Footballers have the reputation of being vile money/testosterone fuelled louts! I think football's reputation preceeds itself and that comes into play in court rooms... personal opinion! McHornet
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4:34pm Mon 25 Jun 12

andyhooked says...

Sack him then. Not available to play. Will not be fit when he comes out of prison and his head will be in the wrong place. Without new owners we can not buy a replacement. Screwed himself up and screwed us the fans and screwed the club up. Sad, but everyone is responsible for their own actions. Even if this goes to an appeal and a reduced sentence still no good for WFC. Harry Hornet at No. 9 witout his silly boots on?
Sack him then. Not available to play. Will not be fit when he comes out of prison and his head will be in the wrong place. Without new owners we can not buy a replacement. Screwed himself up and screwed us the fans and screwed the club up. Sad, but everyone is responsible for their own actions. Even if this goes to an appeal and a reduced sentence still no good for WFC. Harry Hornet at No. 9 witout his silly boots on? andyhooked
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4:37pm Mon 25 Jun 12

cliff46 says...

What an idiot, particularly after all the family man twaddle he fed us a while back.
I guess he will be available around January ish.
Can't see us sacking him, even if the takeover goes ahead. There will be lots of apologies from him, probably a gross misconduct final warning from the club and if he doesnt perform in the second half of the season he will be sold in the summer.
What an idiot, particularly after all the family man twaddle he fed us a while back. I guess he will be available around January ish. Can't see us sacking him, even if the takeover goes ahead. There will be lots of apologies from him, probably a gross misconduct final warning from the club and if he doesnt perform in the second half of the season he will be sold in the summer. cliff46
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4:40pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Back from Hammerau says...

lutondown wrote:
Well looks like a lot of our fans are happy, and Roy Stockdill delirious. I just think our justice system is a farce when you look at some of the heinous crimes commited and barely punished. He is a silly boy but just wish there was more consistency in the law world
Given what he admitted to doing, I think the justice system got this one right.

As for what the club will do, they might decide to initially just stop paying his salary and give themselves time for the ownership and possibly managership to change before deciding whether to take him back once his sentence is over.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Well looks like a lot of our fans are happy, and Roy Stockdill delirious. I just think our justice system is a farce when you look at some of the heinous crimes commited and barely punished. He is a silly boy but just wish there was more consistency in the law world[/p][/quote]Given what he admitted to doing, I think the justice system got this one right. As for what the club will do, they might decide to initially just stop paying his salary and give themselves time for the ownership and possibly managership to change before deciding whether to take him back once his sentence is over. Back from Hammerau
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4:40pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Hampshire hornet says...

The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny'
No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway
The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny' No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway Hampshire hornet
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4:41pm Mon 25 Jun 12

lutondown says...

McHornet wrote:
Toshhorn wrote:
Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did?
One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited
Because in Rugby, what happens on the pitch, mostly stays on the pitch. I agree fighting is fighting, but Rugby players to have a reputation for leaving it once it has happened! Footballers have the reputation of being vile money/testosterone fuelled louts! I think football's reputation preceeds itself and that comes into play in court rooms...

personal opinion!
Don't think you an compare a drink fuelled punch up with a dust up on a sports field
Having played as a prop, I punched and got punched, never contrived but always in the heat of the moment.
What we did always do was shake hands and have a pint after.
We never spat at each other either!
[quote][p][bold]McHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Toshhorn[/bold] wrote: Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did? One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited[/p][/quote]Because in Rugby, what happens on the pitch, mostly stays on the pitch. I agree fighting is fighting, but Rugby players to have a reputation for leaving it once it has happened! Footballers have the reputation of being vile money/testosterone fuelled louts! I think football's reputation preceeds itself and that comes into play in court rooms... personal opinion![/p][/quote]Don't think you an compare a drink fuelled punch up with a dust up on a sports field Having played as a prop, I punched and got punched, never contrived but always in the heat of the moment. What we did always do was shake hands and have a pint after. We never spat at each other either! lutondown
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4:42pm Mon 25 Jun 12

lutondown says...

Hampshire hornet wrote:
The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny'
No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway
Weren't you the one waiting anxiously to see how mine and Jason's dust up went?
Double standards!
Lol
[quote][p][bold]Hampshire hornet[/bold] wrote: The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny' No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway[/p][/quote]Weren't you the one waiting anxiously to see how mine and Jason's dust up went? Double standards! Lol lutondown
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4:44pm Mon 25 Jun 12

garston 'orn says...

Silly boy, always thought he sounded stupid from his interviews. Truely dissapointed! It will be sad to see him release but its the only thing we can do. He was sh** the first season he came to us and poor for the first half of this season. Dyche had faith in him and he let him down truely. He was in a rolemodel position and has let us fans down. P.S dont worry guys we have our saviour 1 goal a season joe garner ;)
Silly boy, always thought he sounded stupid from his interviews. Truely dissapointed! It will be sad to see him release but its the only thing we can do. He was sh** the first season he came to us and poor for the first half of this season. Dyche had faith in him and he let him down truely. He was in a rolemodel position and has let us fans down. P.S dont worry guys we have our saviour 1 goal a season joe garner ;) garston 'orn
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4:46pm Mon 25 Jun 12

stevyweavy says...

Well Bas that's about £0.5m off your sale price then; that's if you still have anything left to sell.
Well Bas that's about £0.5m off your sale price then; that's if you still have anything left to sell. stevyweavy
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4:48pm Mon 25 Jun 12

endean1 says...

sorry but no sympathy from me
on this one, certainly he should not be paid whilst in jail but I would hope that he may be given another chance by the club.
possibly they have a good team in the nick and he can train with them.
Lets get this take over sucessfully completed and sign up some good new talent from a country that knows how to produce properly skilled footballers and not the DROSS we have
sorry but no sympathy from me on this one, certainly he should not be paid whilst in jail but I would hope that he may be given another chance by the club. possibly they have a good team in the nick and he can train with them. Lets get this take over sucessfully completed and sign up some good new talent from a country that knows how to produce properly skilled footballers and not the DROSS we have endean1
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4:50pm Mon 25 Jun 12

WFC4ever says...

Toshhorn wrote:
Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did?
One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited
Well true but same could be said for Joey Barton's actions v Man City on the final day which got him a nice little rest for 12 games..
[quote][p][bold]Toshhorn[/bold] wrote: Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did? One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited[/p][/quote]Well true but same could be said for Joey Barton's actions v Man City on the final day which got him a nice little rest for 12 games.. WFC4ever
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5:15pm Mon 25 Jun 12

watford1881 says...

Wonder what the new owners will do if the sale goes through sometime this week.. I would sack him.. We don't want his sort at our club.. What do U think the young supporters would think.. Crime is cool?? Show some backbone & boot him out.. People think rightly that we are the first family club to be in British football.. This does nothing for this thought.. The young supporters of Watford should never look up to this Muppet...
Wonder what the new owners will do if the sale goes through sometime this week.. I would sack him.. We don't want his sort at our club.. What do U think the young supporters would think.. Crime is cool?? Show some backbone & boot him out.. People think rightly that we are the first family club to be in British football.. This does nothing for this thought.. The young supporters of Watford should never look up to this Muppet... watford1881
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5:20pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Alex Hillcroft says...

Beating up students shouldn't be illegal
Beating up students shouldn't be illegal Alex Hillcroft
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5:24pm Mon 25 Jun 12

lutondown says...

Alex Hillcroft wrote:
Beating up students shouldn't be illegal
Especially those lefty unwashed types!
[quote][p][bold]Alex Hillcroft[/bold] wrote: Beating up students shouldn't be illegal[/p][/quote]Especially those lefty unwashed types! lutondown
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5:34pm Mon 25 Jun 12

LSC says...

We have all done stupid things in the past I'm sure, but there are some occupations where you simply can't. Astronauts, front line soldiers, surgeons.
They usually manage not to be idiots. This lad is paid more than any of them, and one of the rules of that huge amount of money is: 'Don't be an idiot'.
I have no sympathy.
We have all done stupid things in the past I'm sure, but there are some occupations where you simply can't. Astronauts, front line soldiers, surgeons. They usually manage not to be idiots. This lad is paid more than any of them, and one of the rules of that huge amount of money is: 'Don't be an idiot'. I have no sympathy. LSC
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5:38pm Mon 25 Jun 12

watford9140 says...

there would be more panic setting in about this if the italians were not about to take over...
there would be more panic setting in about this if the italians were not about to take over... watford9140
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5:41pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Rodney Green's Green Gloves says...

Deeney should of asked GT to give the court a character witness. GT got Tony Coton off something similar.
Deeney should of asked GT to give the court a character witness. GT got Tony Coton off something similar. Rodney Green's Green Gloves
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5:52pm Mon 25 Jun 12

mrbankrupt says...

Rodney Green's Green Gloves wrote:
Deeney should of asked GT to give the court a character witness. GT got Tony Coton off something similar.
I think your find Tony coton didn't need 3 of his pals,he was quite good looking after himself.
[quote][p][bold]Rodney Green's Green Gloves[/bold] wrote: Deeney should of asked GT to give the court a character witness. GT got Tony Coton off something similar.[/p][/quote]I think your find Tony coton didn't need 3 of his pals,he was quite good looking after himself. mrbankrupt
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5:53pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Surbiton says...

He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt.
He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt. Surbiton
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5:58pm Mon 25 Jun 12

mrbankrupt says...

Surbiton wrote:
He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt.
Ask Marlon King?Well thanks to that p..ck Bothroyd he walked straight back into football still earning thousands.
Crime pays in that women beaters case
[quote][p][bold]Surbiton[/bold] wrote: He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt.[/p][/quote]Ask Marlon King?Well thanks to that p..ck Bothroyd he walked straight back into football still earning thousands. Crime pays in that women beaters case mrbankrupt
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6:08pm Mon 25 Jun 12

garston 'orn says...

mrbankrupt wrote:
Surbiton wrote:
He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt.
Ask Marlon King?Well thanks to that p..ck Bothroyd he walked straight back into football still earning thousands.
Crime pays in that women beaters case
totally agree don't want him back at our club, to tell you the truth he wasn't that great a player. Forget the loyalty comments spouting about, he punched a student who was on the floor barely conscious continuousy, pathetic, blaming it on his hard year. Everyones relatives die but we dont go round have punch ups. He has a sun what a tw*t
[quote][p][bold]mrbankrupt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Surbiton[/bold] wrote: He is an adult, he has a family and responsibilities to his club and supporters. He clearly could not live up to any of this, because he like so many others in his trade they think once they become professional footballers, they can behave how they want and get away with it. Get the message Deeney you won't, ask Marlon King. He didn't learn either! Sack him, he is not fit to wear our shirt.[/p][/quote]Ask Marlon King?Well thanks to that p..ck Bothroyd he walked straight back into football still earning thousands. Crime pays in that women beaters case[/p][/quote]totally agree don't want him back at our club, to tell you the truth he wasn't that great a player. Forget the loyalty comments spouting about, he punched a student who was on the floor barely conscious continuousy, pathetic, blaming it on his hard year. Everyones relatives die but we dont go round have punch ups. He has a sun what a tw*t garston 'orn
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6:16pm Mon 25 Jun 12

stevyweavy says...

lutondown wrote:
Alex Hillcroft wrote: Beating up students shouldn't be illegal
Especially those lefty unwashed types!
Really adult comments. He was sentenced for kicking someone in the head when they were already down on the ground and barely conscious. Hardly self defence and all caught on CCTV - also managed to dislocate a police officer's neck. Unfortunately he deserves everything he gets - unless it's wages from Watford FC!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alex Hillcroft[/bold] wrote: Beating up students shouldn't be illegal[/p][/quote]Especially those lefty unwashed types![/p][/quote]Really adult comments. He was sentenced for kicking someone in the head when they were already down on the ground and barely conscious. Hardly self defence and all caught on CCTV - also managed to dislocate a police officer's neck. Unfortunately he deserves everything he gets - unless it's wages from Watford FC! stevyweavy
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6:30pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Hampshire hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Hampshire hornet wrote:
The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny'
No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway
Weren't you the one waiting anxiously to see how mine and Jason's dust up went?
Double standards!
Lol
Yeah nothing wrong with watching a good fight when per arranged. Lol
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hampshire hornet[/bold] wrote: The law is an arse, I sat in Crown Court wanting an attacker to be put away, he got away with it despite numerous previous violent convictions! Poor sod who he attacked was put in Hospital just because the attacker thought he looked at him 'funny' No excuse Troy, we don't live in a Society that accepts his behaviour, face a sacking and WFC should sue him for breach of contract least they should push for is his original transfer fee, he wasn't that good anyway[/p][/quote]Weren't you the one waiting anxiously to see how mine and Jason's dust up went? Double standards! Lol[/p][/quote]Yeah nothing wrong with watching a good fight when per arranged. Lol Hampshire hornet
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10:30am Tue 26 Jun 12

G_Whiz says...

Toshhorn wrote:
Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did?
One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited
This one wasn't a fight - It was a one sided attack!

Less Tosh and more Horn!
[quote][p][bold]Toshhorn[/bold] wrote: Explain the difference between 8 Gloucester and Northampton (I think) Rugby players having a stand up punch up, with Heads and eyes being split at least two players being dumped on their backside, and what Denney did? One set of blokes get prison sentences the other group, I think only 1 player got cited[/p][/quote]This one wasn't a fight - It was a one sided attack! Less Tosh and more Horn! G_Whiz
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6:46pm Fri 29 Jun 12

ceawake says...

Poor Joey Barton, he will be fuming that this unheard of Heeney guy has nicked the headlines for his thuggery. Only there are no headlines; no one has heard him and nobody cares.
Poor Joey Barton, he will be fuming that this unheard of Heeney guy has nicked the headlines for his thuggery. Only there are no headlines; no one has heard him and nobody cares. ceawake
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