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Nicky Butt: Ex-Manchester United star bailed after assault arrest

BBC Local News Wednesday, 17 April 2019 ()
Nicky Butt: Ex-Manchester United star bailed after assault arrestBBC Local News: Manchester -- Nicky Butt was arrested and bailed in Hale on Tuesday.
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