Pro footballers charged with burglary

TWO professional footballers have today been charged with burglary.

TWO professional footballers have today been charged with burglary.

Championship pair Nathan Dyer, 20, and Bradley Wright-Phillips, 23, who play for Southampton, were charged after items were allegedly stolen from the staff room at the Bar Bluu club in Southsea on February 28 this year.

Staff claimed that three mobile phones, cash, student cards and cigarettes were allegedly stolen from three handbags during the evening.

The pair will appear before magistrates in Portsmouth on July 8.


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