Wolves: Milijaš given suspended prison sentence
Wolves` new £2.6 million signing has been given a suspended prison sentence in Serbia for a drink-drive crash. - Express & Star
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WOLVES signing Nenad Milijaš has been handed a suspended prison sentence according to the Express & Star.
Milijaš was found guilty of drink driving incident, which resulted in a crash back in 2005 where a friend suffered a pelvic injury.
The paper believes this could complicate the move for a work permit.
But Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey remains confident. "We are aware of a driving incident, which took place over four years ago, in 2005. We remain confident that we`ll be able to secure a work permit for the player." Jez told the paper.
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Source: Express & Star
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