Coventry striker up in court


9th, January 2007

Coventry striker and kebab lover, Kevin Kyle, is facing two charges of breach of the peace following incidents in his hometown of Stranraer last year. A footballer? Being a rowdy bugger? Get outta town!
The Scotland international, who joined the Championship outfit from Sunderland, is accused of shouting and swearing in the Harbour Street and Charlotte Street areas of the town in October 2006.

In a hearing at Stranraer Sheriff Court on Monday Kyle denied the allegations against him and a trial date has been set for March 12.
A spokeswoman for the court said: "Mr Kyle appeared in person and issued a not guilty plea to two separate charges of breach of the peace. He is expected to return to Stranraer Sheriff Court on Monday, March 12 to answer the case against him." That’s not all for the naughty sod…

The case comes as another blow to the Sky Blues striker, who faces an
earlier trial on February 26 when he will contest a charge of careless
driving which dates back to September 2006.
Kyle has made the headlines before and is no stranger to controversy when he was fined £500 in 2005 for
assaulting former professional golfer Michael Caldwell outside a kebab
shop in Stranraer.
Coventry City Football Club have declined to comment on any of the
charges. [Mof Gimmers]

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