Premier League quartet under police investigation for stealing car

Premier League quartet under police investigation for stealing car

Premier League quartet under police investigation for stealing car

The incident happened during the Premier League club's warm-weather training camp. One source even described the atmosphere as "rotten".

Albion have opened an internal investigation into the incident in Barcelona after four senior players were interviewed by police.

"The club can confirm that four senior players were involved in an incident during this week's mid-winter training trip to Spain", the club said in a statement without elaborating. "It was a curfew on that evening and it was broken and that's all I'm going to comment".

"The club has informed us that it will now conduct its own inquiry into the incident and we will cooperate fully".

"We would like to assure our supporters", the four players added, "that this incident does not reflect the determination and resolve we possess to do all we can to recover a hard season". When they left the restaurant - believed to be McDonald's - at approximately 5.30am, it is alleged they took the taxi and headed back to their hotel without the driver, arriving at around 6am. The driver temporarily left the auto, for reasons unknown, with the quartet then commandeering the vehicle and driving up one-way streets.

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"They chose to catch a taxi to a McDonald's drive-through nearby and somehow and for some reason, left there in the cab but without the cab driver".

The players were not arrested but were reportedly taken to the station as suspects being investigation for the theft of a vehicle.

The players involved issued a public apology.

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"It will be a tough game for Southampton because we're in the mood for a game I can tell you". I've never had an incident before, so yeah, I'm a bit disappointed.

Asked if he was confident his position was safe, Pardew - appointed in November - said: "I think [with] all these situations, you can't be certain of your job, you just have to try to do your job, and that is what I will do". But we still got our training in. "It wasn't what I wanted".

Pardew, it can be revealed, was also robbed on Tuesday night after leaving his jacket in a bar - with thieves taking his wallet as well as his mobile phone.

His squad flew to Spain for the break on Tuesday. "In hindsight maybe I should have stayed in England". That's all I'm going to comment on the rest of it. "We've gone there to try to get ourselves ready and up for the run-in and this is obviously not ideal". I have done that many times before to good effect.

The Egypt global defender, 29, has secured a work permit in time, but forward Daniel Sturridge is still out injured with a hamstring problem. Pardew's relegation-threatened side are at the bottom of the league table with three wins, 11 draws and 13 losses in their 27 matches.

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