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sunderland Captain Admits Guilt On Five Offences

7 years ago
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The sunderland captain, Lee Cattermole, has at long last admitted damaging five ­vehicles parked in Stowell Street, near St James’ Park back in December.

He will have to pay the owners more than £4,000 compensation.

Nicklas ­Bendtner was also initially charged with but the case against him was dropped.

Clare Donaldson,  the head of the Crown Prosecution ­Service’s North East ­magistrates court unit: “While a prosecution was considered, the appropriate use of a conditional caution has ensured reparations have been made, not only swiftly, but also on a scale that may have otherwise been difficult to ensure.”

I think it is called a slap on the wrist! As for it being sorted ‘swiftly’, if I was the innocent owner of a car that this tramp had jumped all over, I wouldn’t be impress having to wait four months for it to be sorted out.

Cattermole is of course no stranger to the police, back in 2008 he was banned from all pubs in the borough of Stockton after an arrest in Yarm. His ban was initially for three years but that was then extended to December 2012 after a unanimous vote by the members of Pubwatch.

In his 71 match sunderland career, Cattermole has managed an impressive thirty yellows and four red cards (including the one against us when the match had already finished!) but zero goals.

When repeatedly questioned about it, Martin O’Neill has said he is happy to have Cattermole as captain, says it all about him as a manager and sunderland as a football club.

 

 

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