Manchester United: player tried for driving under laughing gas


By: Manu Tournoux

On loan this season to Ipswich Town from Manchester United, Brandon Williams is involved in a bad deal. The left rear was heard by the courts yesterday for speeding while driving. The 23-year-old is suspected of being involved in a 120km/h car crash, but he denies all charges. Witnesses mainly claim to have seen Brandon Williams take nitrous oxide from balloons while he was in his car, which the player again denied as reported The Sun.

Nitrous oxide is a real scourge in football and particularly in England. Many players have been seen inhaling this toxic gas in recent years. It has become a controlled class C drug and football clubs now regularly test players, particularly during medical visits.

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