‘Newcastle freshman’ Gordon, debut before prison?…Caught driving in a curfew zone


United freshman Anthony Gordon could make his debut in prison. He was caught by the police while driving in a no-road area.

Everton legend Youth Gordon has moved to Newcastle. “Newcastle are delighted to announce the signing of Gordon. The 21-year-old winger has joined St James Park from Everton on a long-term contract,” Newcastle said on its official website on January 30 (Korean time).

It was a shocking transfer. Gordon is a player who has been with Everton since the youth club, and has shown explosive growth since his debut in the first team in 2019. In his last season, he appeared in almost all league matches (35) and scored 4 goals and 2 assists, solidifying his position as the ‘next ace’.

But with the team suffering from relegation, Gordon’s option was to leave the club. 바카라사이트

Gordon has expressed his anticipation of his Newcastle life. “I was always sure that Newcastle supported me. The fan base, the city and the way the team play suits me really well. I think this is a very big step forward and I think I can really excel here,” he said of his successful adaptation to Newcastle. He said he could play a role in spurring the team’s upward trend.”

However, he was in trouble from the start. Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 4th, “Gordon, who transferred to Newcastle for 45 million pounds (approximately 67.8 billion won), could go to jail after being caught driving in a no-road zone just two days after the official announcement.” reported.

Here’s the situation. Gordon received a six-month suspension last Monday for failing to disclose driver details twice. Still, on Wednesday he drove the car with his girlfriend and parked it outside the Hilton Hotel in the city center. Violating road curfews in the UK can result in up to six months in prison.

The odds of him actually going to jail are slim, but it’s no wonder that Gordon has been at the center of controversy so soon after coming to Newcastle. Newcastle are currently silent, and police did not provide specifics, saying “as is standard practice we will not confirm or deny the identity of anyone who has not been charged with a criminal offence.”

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