Lincoln City’s Chris Maguire has been suspended by the club over allegations he broke betting rules.
Lincoln City FC has announced that forward Chris Maguire will be indefinitely suspended from playing for the club after it was allegedly discovered he breached Association betting rules.
Maguire is a well-known betting enthusiast, who has placed bets on football matches for years. He was caught by police with 52 tickets in his possession between March 2017 and February this year – he played at clubs including Oxford United and Bury during that time period.
He might be an English soccer star but there’s nothing polite about placing illicit wagers!
Participants are not allowed to bet either directly or indirectly, nor can they instruct anyone else on what happens in relation with a football match. This constitutes an infringement of FA rule E8 that might be considered breaches against the law if executed continually for profit whatsoever!
Lincoln City announced that Maguire has been suspended “without prejudice until further notice.” The player will have time to respond and could potentially play again this season if the allegations are proven false.
The England international was charged with misconduct for breaches of betting rules on Monday morning.
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