Another footballer has hit the headlines this month for allegedly committing a driving offence…and this footballer is no stranger to driving related controversy.
Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez, who is Argentinian, was arrested in Macclesfield on the 7 March for allegedly driving when disqualified. He’s been bailed and is yet to appear before the courts.
Tevez had received a six month driving ban in January this year for failing to supply information over incidents where his car was clocked speeding. If found guilty of this latest offence, he could be imprisoned for up to 6 months. The courts can also impose a community service or anti-social behaviour orders, as well as fines up to £5,000.