Looks like poor decisions may run in the family, as Anton Ferdinand looks to one up his Manchester United sibling’s inability to piss in a cup by getting himself arrested for some nightclub violence, the BBC reports:
Police confirmed a “man in his 20s” was held on suspicion of assault following a disturbance outside Faces nightclub in Ilford, early on 2 October.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said the suspect was bailed until next month.
He said up to 15 people had been involved in the disturbance outside the club in Cranbrook Road.
“A subsequent allegation of assault was reported to police and a man in his 20s attended an east London police station on 12 October, and has been arrested on suspicion of assault,” he said.
More off-pitch distractions probably aren’t the most welcome thing at West Ham right now, but the lads at kumb.com are taking it all in stride. But between the Argentina national coach asking the Argies to ditch the London club, Alan Pardew has already admitted that takeovers and an unsettled club captain, and people already (a bit prematurely) calling Tevezcherano a flop, maybe that isn’t that surprising.
But there is light at the end of the tunnel, Mark Lawrenson is predicting a 1-1 draw with Portsmouth this weekend, which means West Ham at least have 3 points to look forward to.