WEST BROMWICH – To the four footballers from West Bromwich Albion this week in Barcelona, a taxi to have been stolen, include captain Jonny Evans and Garreth Barry, the player with the most matches ever in the Premier League. Also reservekeeper Boaz Myhill and midfielder Jake Livermore were involved in the night incident happened. The players in a statement on the website of the WBA apologized.
The team who are bottom of the Premier League stayed this week for a few days in Spain for a training camp. A number of players decided during the night to go. After a visit to a fast-food restaurant are Evans, Barry, Livermore and Myhill itself in a waiting taxi back to their hotel, without the driver inside it. After the intervention of the police was the taxi driver of his vehicle back. The players are questioned, but not arrested.
The WBA announced in the first instance on the site only to do research on a ,,incident” with four players from the selection at the training camp in Spain. A few hours later, after a lot of details about the incident were leaked, came the concerned quartet with a statement.
,,We apologize to our teammates, our coach, the club and especially the fans”, writing Evans (30), Barry (36), Livermore (28) and Myhill (35). ,,We find it important to let you know that we the players involved were, out of respect for our fellow players that are here else involved would be.”
West Bromwich Albion meets Saturday Southampton in the FA Cup. It is unclear whether the prominent ‘culprits’ than join.