A former Premier League and International footballer has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving after a three-car crash left a man with a fractured elbow.
Ex-Birmingham City, Sheffield United and Wigan striker Marlon King was driving a Porsche Panamera on the A46 near Newark in Nottinghamshire when the crash happened in April last year.
The footballer admitted the charge today at Nottingham Crown Court.
Dangerous driving carries a maximum sentence of two years imprisonment. In most cases, there is also a minimum ban of at least 12 months followed by a compulsory extended driving test.
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