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Clarke Carlisle The 35-year-old"s Mercedes was stopped by police after it almost hit a lorry in north London on 20 December. Carlisle admitted failing to provide a sample to police and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence. He was also ordered to carry out 150 hours" unpaid work at Highbury Corner Magistrates" Court. District judge Susan Williams also ordered him to pay 145 in costs and charges. "Mounting the pavement" She said that, although Carlisle had made a "positive contribution" to others through football, she had to sentence him for the risk his "erratic" driving had created. "If you are not in control of your vehicle in a road in central London you represent a danger to people," she said. At a hearing in March, the court heard Carlisle"s Mercedes had been spotted "swerving" and "almost mounting the pavement" in Pentonville Road. Carlisle admitted the charges at a hearing in March After his arrest, the court heard, he refused to give a breath sample and demanded to speak to his solicitor. Lisa Judge, defending, said he allowed the matter to "escalate out of all control" and "unfortunately" believed he had the right to see a lawyer, instead of being breathalysed. "Extremely dark place" Carlisle has revealed he attempted to take his own life two days afterwards, when he was hit by a lorry on the A64 near York. Miss Judge described the arrest as having happened while he was "in an extremely dark place in terms of his own life". Carlisle is now so sorry about what happened that the court-ordered medical report on him "utterly oozes remorse", Miss Judge said.

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Wade Elliott Mr Carlisle, who suffered life-threatening injuries in a suicide attempt last December, said it was stomach-turning to reflect on the comments. The former Professional Footballers Association (PFA) chairman revealed the abuse in an interview with Burnley fan and former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell. MORE TOP STORIES: FINAL DAY: Campaigners want share of their village pub after raising 85k Mr Carlisle played with Mr Elliott, at Turf Moor between 2007 and 2011 and both starred in the clubs promotion to the Premier League in 2009. Asked about bullying Mr Carlisle told GQ magazine: My stomach is turning as I say it, but homophobic abuse, because he is small and people thought he looked a bit effeminate maybe. I have the PFA to thank for making me see how wrong that was. [Football] is also a very homoerotic environmenteveryone slapping backsides. But when homophobic abuse is targeted at one individual, it is horrendous...calling him gay when he wasnt. My stomach is really churning now. Mr Carlisle, 35, said he had since apologised to Mr Elliott, who now plays for Bristol City. He also said a female former Burnley physiotherapist was objectified during his time at the club. Not by everyone, but she was, inappropriately, at times, definitely, he added.

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A number of clubs have targeted Ings to reinforce their striking corps, but the 22-year-old striker prefers Liverpool, according to the reports. Ings has scored 10 goals in 33 Premier League games this season, but his contributions werent enough to save Burnley from relegation to the Championship (English second division). Ings contract expires after this season, andhe apparently has decided to continue his career in the top flight. Manchester United and a few German clubs reportedly also have interest in signing Ings, as does Spanish club Real Sociedad.But Ings seemingly is leaning toward joining Liverpool and competing for playing time at one of Englands biggest clubs. Liverpool urgently needs to upgrade its striking options , having suffered from a lack of goals this season. Ings age, pedigree and price make him an attractive prospect for the Reds. Liverpool would not have to pay a market rate to sign Ings, but he wouldnt be completely free. A tribunal could put a 4 million ($6.2 million) price tag on him as compensation for Burnleys (and other clubs) work in developing him. Ings fee would be significantly lower if he were join a non-English club. Thumbnail photo via LivEchoLFC Have a question for Marcus Kwesi O"Mard?

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