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A professional soccer player has been arrested on suspicion of blackmailing the manager of his club. The player in question was not necessarily employed by a Premier League club

Soccer player arrested on suspicion of & # 39; trying to blackmail his manager & # 39; in connection with a gambling account with threats allegedly made about his wife and children

  • Player claimed to have assisted in attempting to extract thousands of pounds from his manager in connection with a gambling account
  • The 34-year-old was approached by detectives and released on bail
  • He has since been released by his club while the police investigation continues
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A professional soccer player has been arrested on suspicion of blackmailing the manager of his club.

The 34-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was approached and recovered by investigators amid claims of an amazing conspiracy.

The player in question has since been released by his club while the police investigation continues.

A professional soccer player has been arrested on suspicion of blackmailing the manager of his club. The player in question was not necessarily employed by a Premier League club

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A professional soccer player has been arrested on suspicion of blackmailing the manager of his club. The player in question was not necessarily employed by a Premier League club

He is said to have assisted in the attempt to extract thousands of pounds from his manager in connection with a gambling account.

The manager is said to have been threatened by his wife and children.

It is even claimed that the player who denies the allegations has shared information with those who pursue the money about the manager's whereabouts on the evenings before the away games.

At least two police forces are known to be investigating.

A force spokesperson who led the probe said: & Detectives investigating an allegation of blackmail arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of blackmail. He was released into investigation while the investigation continues. & # 39;

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