Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge denies regularly betting on football in spite of purportedly rupturing Football Association (FA) wagering controls.
The 29-year-old was accused of wrongdoing by the FA in the wake of being blamed for negating rules E8(1)(a)(ii) and E8(1)(b) in January of this current year. He has until November 20 to react to the charge.
Liverpool demand the player has collaborated completely all through the FA’s examination and say the previous Chelsea forward is unyielding he has never wagered on football.
“Daniel has given his full and unequivocal participation all through this procedure and has guaranteed the club he will keep on doing as such,” a Liverpool representative said on Monday.
“Daniel has likewise expressed completely that he has never bet on football.
“Likewise with any issue of this nature, we will enable the procedure to be deduced completely before making any further remark.”
It is vague whether Sturridge’s supposed offenses occurred after he joined West Brom on credit on January 29.
He has shown up in all rivalries this season for Liverpool, scoring four objectives.
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