Players Behaving Badly

A boys' night out in London traditionally leads to blood-red eyes and a splitting headache the morning after. But for footballers John Terry, Jody Morris and Desmond Byrne, the fallout from a Jan. 3 booze-up has been far more enduring than a hangover: after a disturbance in a London club that included an alleged attack on its doorman, the three players were arrested and charged with affray and assault causing actual bodily harm. Last Wednesday, after pleading not guilty to the charges in a London magistrate's court, they were remanded on bail to face committal proceedings next month....

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