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Carlton Cole is in trouble with Ken Livingstone's bailiffs

Cole_congestionWest Ham striker Carlton Cole is reportedly wanted by bailiffs over an £800 congestion charge debt. The debt collectors tracked Cole down to the West Ham training ground but were refused access by club staff. Cole has apparently built up the debt during in a dispute with Transport for London.

The 23-year-old denies that he was driving his car when the offences were committed and has withheld payment of the fine. Motorists caught flouting the £8-a-day charge face a minimum fine of £50. Cole's fine is thought to have increased because of his non-payment. [Via The Sun, Rob Parker]   

February 27, 2007 in West Ham United | Permalink


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