Manchester United loanee Andreas Pereira has apologised on social media after having his licence temporarily removed by a judge for driving almost three times over the speed limit.
Levante reported that the 21-year-old, currently on a season-long loan at Valencia from United, was caught by a speeding radar on Monday afternoon driving his Bentley at 148 km/h on an urban area in Valencia where the speed limit is 50 km/h.
Pereira stood before a judge on Tuesday in Valencia and was fined €3,600 (£3,212) as well as having his licence withdrawn for eight months.
India Police Seize Supporters Drums
From Kofi Owusu Aduonum, Mumbai, India
Ghana’s supporters attempt to send their musical instruments-drums and trumpet to the Stadium for the Starlets-Niger game fell through.
Police men at the Dr DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai told them(supporters) in the face to choose between watching the game without their instruments or forget about the game.
The leadership of the supporters persisted with their plea but the security men stuck by their words.
Eventually, the supporters went to the stands with only two rattles (maracas) to cheer the team on.
Ironically, when the supporters started with their usual chants, the indigenes joined them to rally support for the Black Starlets.
An Indian Police officer said “we don’t allow this here, they can’t take it inside. It’s either they leave the drums with us and go and watch the game or forget about the match.”