Published: Wed, February 21, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

West Brom football players who nabbed taxi in Spain could become sweepers

West Brom football players who nabbed taxi in Spain could become sweepers

Southampton's victory, fashioned by goals from Wesley Hoedt and Dusan Tadic, countered by Salomon Rondon, in a repeat of their Premier League win on the same ground two weekends ago, earns them a quarter-final trip to Wigan or Manchester City, who meet tonight in a repeat of the 2013 final.

Four West Brom players got into serious trouble after they "stole a taxi" on their Spanish trip.

Unfortunately for Pardew, the warm-weather training camp has been clouded in controversy after Johnny Evans, Gareth Barry, Boaz Myhill and Jake Livermore broke curfew in order to go to a fast-food restaurant.

On Monday afternoon West Brom have received some welcomed good news.

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The four West Bromwich Albion players accused of stealing a taxi in Barcelona are set to escape police action in Spain but face a combined club fine of £450,000.

The four players were accused of taking the auto from a McDonald's drive-through restaurant while their driver was collecting food for them, and then abandoning it outside the five-star hotel where they were staying.

It is believed the taxi driver, who called police on the night in question, has decided against pressing charges.

Jonny Evans has since been stripped of the captain's armband.

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The decision will come as some relief to Alan Pardew as he fights to remain in charge at the Hawthorns.

Alan Pardew has two games to save his job at West Bromwich Albion, according to a report.

In addition to needing his leadership qualities if they are to have any chance of avoiding relegation from the Premier League, the club have an interest in maintaining his transfer value.

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Assistant captain Brooks Orpik said: "I wish I could say it's surprising but it's probably not all that surprising". We're sorry about what happened and let's learn from it". "So he said, 'It's just a few idiots being ignorant'".

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