Former Oxford United youth player fined £60,000

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Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock, who began his career with Oxford United before moving to Southampton, has been hit with a suspended three-month ban and fined £60,000 after admitting breaking the Football Association’s betting rules.

The FA has imposed the ban on the 27-year-old, who is recovering from a serious knee injury sustained during a loan spell at Leeds in December, after last month charging him with multiple breaches of conduct.

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9:27am Wed 7 May 14

87oufc says...

...because having roughly an averages persons wage into your bank account every week suddenly isn't a enough to live your deluded petulant life styles.
I loved Blackstock at Oxford and I rated him high prospect, this doesn't do anything for your reputation.
...because having roughly an averages persons wage into your bank account every week suddenly isn't a enough to live your deluded petulant life styles. I loved Blackstock at Oxford and I rated him high prospect, this doesn't do anything for your reputation. 87oufc
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9:49am Wed 7 May 14

Joe1 says...

Greed & yet more greed. He should be banished away from ALL sports.
Greed & yet more greed. He should be banished away from ALL sports. Joe1
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