Blues star to face court
IPSWICH Town striker Danny Haynes is set to appear in court for a driving offence, it can be revealed today.Mr Haynes, who turns 20 tomorrow, has been summonsed to South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court in Ipswich for driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence following an incident on November 8.
IPSWICH Town striker Danny Haynes is set to appear in court for a driving offence, it can be revealed today.
Mr Haynes, who turns 20 tomorrow, has been summonsed to South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court in Ipswich for driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence following an incident on November 8.
His case was due to be heard at 10am today although the footballer was not expected to make an appearance and it is likely to be adjourned to a later date.
The striker-cum-winger will still join his team for an away match against Blackpool tomorrow.
His court appearance comes in the same week as former Town player Jason Dozzell was convicted of drink driving and received a three-year ban.
Earlier this week Ipswich Town dismissed reports that suggested West Ham United made an approach for the England Under-19 international.
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Mr Haynes, who has scored four times in 22 appearances for the Tractor Boys this season, was part of the FA Youth Cup squad of 2005 and named the club's most improved player in 2005/06 season.
In October last year, he signed a contract, which will keep him with the Blues until 2010.
A spokesman for ITFC said: “From the club's point of view we are aware Danny will be in court to face a driving offence. It is a private matter.”