£50,000 fine for Cameron Jerome

Striker for Stoke City, Cameron Jerome, has been fined for violating the Football Association betting rules. The 27-year-old admited to the accusations, and he was  given the opportunity to appeal against them.

However, nothing comes for free as in order to appeal, the player had to pay £50,000. The player had been warned for his behaviour before and was given a personal hearing requested by himself on Tuesday 13, 2013.

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