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Darron Gibson avoids jail term over second drink-drive offence

darron gibson avoids jail term over second drink-drive offence
The ex-Republic of Ireland midfielder has lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in lost bonuses
Tamworth Herald Also reported by •Belfast Telegraph

Ex-Manchester United, Everton and Sunderland midfielder Darron Gibson spared prison time for drink-driving


talkSPORT

Former Man United and Ireland star Darron Gibson dodges jail after second drink driving arrest

former man united and ireland star darron gibson dodges jail after second drink driving arrest
The 30-year-old was three times over the limit when he smashed his Mercedes 4x4 into several parked cars on St Patrick's Day.
Daily Record Also reported by •talkSPORTMailOnline

Darron Gibson: Ex-Sunderland player sentenced for drink driving

darron gibson: ex-sunderland player sentenced for drink driving
BBC Local News: Tyne and Wear -- The midfielder was three times the legal limit when he smashed into parked cars on St Patrick's Day.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Ireland footballer Darron Gibson arrives at court to be sentenced

ireland footballer darron gibson arrives at court to be sentenced
Ireland footballer Darron Gibson arrived at court today where he could be jailed for crashing his Mercedes into other cars while drunk on the way to a training session in Sunderland.
MailOnline

Darron Gibson facing jail as former Sunderland footballer pleads guilty to second drink-driving charge in three years

The midfielder was sacked by Sunderland following his arrest in March
Independent

Darron Gibson facing jail after pleading guilty to drink driving

darron gibson facing jail after pleading guilty to drink driving
The 30-year-old was three times over the limit after clipping a taxi and then driving on for several miles before crashing his 4x4 into parked cars on his way to Sunderland's training ground.
MailOnline

Ex-Sunderland midfielder Darron Gibson pleads guilty to drink-driving

ex-sunderland midfielder darron gibson pleads guilty to drink-driving
Midfielder Darron Gibson's contract with the club was ended after he was charged.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local NewsBBC Sport

Darron Gibson admits drink-driving

darron gibson admits drink-driving
BBC Local News: Manchester -- Midfielder Darron Gibson's contract with the club was ended after he was charged.
BBC Local News

Footballer Darron Gibson facing jail after new drink-drive case

Republic of Ireland footballer Darron Gibson has been told he faces jail after admitting a second drink-drive charge in less than three years.
Belfast Telegraph

Drink-drive footballer crashed into parked cars when three times over limit

Republic of Ireland footballer Darron Gibson was three times over the drink-drive limit when he smashed his Mercedes 4×4 into parked cars on St Patrick’s Day, a court has heard.
Belfast Telegraph

Gibson to leave Sunderland following suspension

Darron Gibson is to leave Sunderland “by mutual consent”, the Championship club have announced. Republic of Ireland midfielder Gibson, who joined Sunderland from Everton in January 2017, was..
SoccerNews.com

Gibson shown Sunderland door after drink-driving charge

Darron Gibson has left Sunderland by mutual consent after being charged with drink driving, the club has announced. The post Gibson shown Sunderland door after drink-driving charge appeared first on..
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