West Brom Alan Pardew boss has been discussing reports today that four of his players had stolen a taxi in Spain following a drunken night out.
The incredible reports emerged on Friday when it was claimed that four senior players had broken their curfew.
Not only that though, they were drunk and supposedly stole a taxi on their way back from a nearby McDonalds.
While investigations are only just starting, West Brom will be hoping that the suggestions turn out to be false.
Though, judging by Alan Pardew’s comments today, it seems as though those players won’t be getting away with anything.
“We are having an investigation to get to the bottom of it. It wasn’t what we wanted.
“They break a curfew and that is unacceptable and I feel let down by that. There was a curfew on that evening and it was broken.
“The club is clear it has to investigate properly. But we just want to concentrate on the game now we have 11 games left and are in the fifth round of the FA Cup.”
This only adds to West Brom’s woes this season as they sit bottom of the Premier League table and by five points.
They face off against Southampton this weekend, before clashes with Huddersfield and Watford.
It will certainly be interesting to see which, if any, players are left out of the next few squads after these investigations.
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While there are no suggestions as to which players are said to have been investigated, but reports still hold more keys to this story.
The incident took place while in Barcelona with the side taking a mid-winter trip.
Safe to say, it didn’t go as planned and some players will certainly be hoping they can avoid sanction.