GENERICO.ruSportPromes’ career can be put to rest, the ex-Spartak player said

Promes’ career can be put to rest, the ex-Spartak player said

MOSCOW, March 14, Oleg Bogatov. Arrested in the UAE for In the case of drug smuggling, the Dutch forward of Spartak Moscow, Quincy Promes, did not have to leave Russia, on whose territory the footballer would be safe, said ex-midfielder of the capital club Yuri Gavrilov.
Promes was previously arrested in Dubai at the request of the Dutch prosecutor's office, which demands the player's extradition.
“”You have to answer for your actions, you can't do anything now. Of course, six years is a long time, he will erase them from his life. I think that his career can be put to rest. He probably should have sat here in Russia, so that no one touches him,” Gavrilov said.
Russian Football CupMarch 14, 2024 • start at 18:00Match did not startSpartak MoscowRussia– : –OrenburgRussia

Dubai police detained Promes on February 29 while going through border control at Al Maktoum International Airport , the player was taken to the police station. Promes was detained in the UAE for a local offense. Later, the source said that the football player had left the police station in Dubai, and his trial could take place behind closed doors.

In February in the Netherlands, a football player was sentenced to six years in prison in a drug smuggling case. The Amsterdam prosecutor's office said that Promes was put on the international wanted list. The verdict has been appealed by the defense; the date of the hearing at the Amsterdam Court of Appeal has not yet been determined. Additionally, in June 2023, an Amsterdam court sentenced Promes to one and a half years in prison for an aggravated attack on a cousin in July 2020. The footballer later appealed this decision. According to media reports, the player had an argument with his cousin during a party and stabbed him.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

LATEST POSTS in this category