Joey Barton was brought to justice for acts of violence of varying severity. This is not the first time in his life that he has been responsible for the injuries caused by his coaching colleagues.
Button committed an offense in the third league (League No. 1) in the spring of 2019 when he raised his hand to his colleague Daniel Standall as the coach of Fleetwood Town, who was Barnsley at the time. Head coach.
The disagreement between the two parties can be traced back to seven months ago and began with a handshake, which Standall described in his confession as a “frightening gesture.” Subsequently, the next championship of the two teams, the league after trouble came, was flushed by Fleetwood and won 4-2 by Barnsley. Witnesses said that Patton rushed into the corridor leading to the dressing room to catch up with Stender. Stender suddenly felt a shock behind him, and then was hit hard on the corridor wall, causing him to fall to the ground. According to Standall’s memories, when he looked up, Patton walked past him, clearly thinking that he was the perpetrator. BBC wrote.
It is not clear what the punishment awaits Joey Barton if the jury finds him guilty, but the fact is that he already has a lot to pay. In his career as an England national team player, he has had conflicts with almost every team player. The two most memorable matches were when he defeated Osman Dabo as a Manchester City player in 2007. , And then quickly pulled a round for Morten Gamster Pedersen as a Newcastle football player. On the last day of the 2011-12 season, he had already played against three Manchester City players on the court as a Queen’s Park Ranger.
In May 2008, he ended up in a drunken brawl at a party in Liverpool and was sentenced to six months in prison and 74 days in prison. Sadly, his brother Michael was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder.