Stoke winger Pennant denies club curfew fine
Friday 09 March 2012
Jermaine Pennant has denied he has been fined for breaches of club discipline after reports alleged the winger twice broke a curfew and that he had struggled for selection as a result.
On Twitter Pennant yesterday said: "I'm all over Skysports saying I've been fined when it's not true the gaffa [Tony Pulis] is going mad. So to all the Stoke fans and for the record there is no problem with me and TP, I have not been fined."
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