Former Arsenal player arrested

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Ivory Coast s former international player Emmanuel Eboue has been arrested on July 8, 2018 captured

The former Arsenal and Ivory Coast defender Emmanuel Eboue has been arrested on arson related crime on Sunday.

As indicated by the Mirror, The 35-year-old is now being held in a police headquarters in north London after he was kept outside a home in Enfield.

The daily paper likewise reports that companions of the player are worried for Eboue’s psychological and emotional state of mind , saying that he could be not able manage the cost of lawful representation.

Eboue has lost everything and was left destitute after a failed appeal against his divorce claim with his ex Aurelie and is right now experiencing a serious dysfunctional behavior.

A Met Police explanation read: “Police examining a claimed illegal conflagration at a private address in Enfield on Saturday, 30 June, arrested a 35-year-old man on a claim of arson related crime and malicious exchanges outside the address at around 17:00hrs on Saturday, 7 July.

“He was taken to a north London police headquarters where he as of now remains.”

The former Arsenal defender played in excess of 160 matches for the North London side, beginning in their well known 2006 Champions League last against Barcelona.

Eboue likewise did well at the global level as he helped his national team come to the 2006 and 2012 AFCON finals against Egypt and Zambia individually.

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