Robert Heys banned for breaching betting rules

According to the English Football Association the managing director of the English football club Accrington Stanley, Robert Heys, was suspended for almost 2 years because he breached one of the Association’s gambing norms.

After a hearing at an independent regulatory hearing it was decided that Robert Heys was to be given also a £1000 fine. Heys, who owns a website, offered a statement admitting to the over 700 breaches of rules throughout the course of 10+ years. According to the FA, Heys is planning to appeal the decision.

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