England international team lost right-back due to the betting charge



On Wednesday night, Gareth Southgate lost Kieran Trippier to Denmark for the League of Nations tie against Denmark as the full-back must attend a disciplinary hearing by the Football Association to deal with charges related to the breach of betting rules, a situation described as an unwanted diversion by the British manager.

In July last year, which was the same month that Trippier transferred £20 m from Tottenham to Atlético Madrid, Trippier was accused of several alleged breaches. He also said that he did not make any bets or take advantage of other people’s bets.

If found guilty, the 30-year-old could be suspended for a period of up to six months, according to The Guardian.

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