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Ishmel Demontagnac, the 20-year-old Walsall player who was sacked yesterday after a series of alcohol-related incidents, has been offered the chance to rescue his career by booking in with the Sporting Chance Clinic in Hampshire. Gordon Taylor, chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ can you buy canada goose jacket online Association, has spoken to Demontagnac and his buying canada goose jacket online agent and hopes the former England youth international will take advantage of the opportunity to authentic canada goose outlet online receive professional help.
Demontagnac had his contract terminated after he was arrested on suspicion of a benefits of canada goose jacket breach of the peace at the weekend, only hours after he had been dismissed for violent conduct, eight minutes after coming on as a substitute against Scunthorpe United in the FA Cup.
The incident was the latest in a long line of disciplinary breaches and, although Demontagnac was canada best ideas about canada authentic canada goose jacket sale goose outlet on pinterest goose coat 1000 calorie diet later released without charge, Jimmy Mullen, the Walsall manager, described the buy a canada goose jacket online arrest as “the last straw”.
“The club have been in touch with us and we have been made aware that his contract has been terminated after a number of canada goose coat 1000 bulbs reviews incidents jacket,” confirmed Taylor. “It’s never a good situation when you hear of a promising career going off track. There have been some serious incidents concerning alcohol and we have been in contact with the player and his agent to offer him help through Sporting Chance. We want to help him find fresh employment if he can respond to the right support.”
It appears unlikely that Demontagnac, whose contract was due to expire next summer, will contest Walsall’s decision. The winger, who made 12 appearances for the club this season, has courted trouble on numerous occasions since arriving from Charlton buy canada goose jacket london in 2005, with his track record including two red cards for violent conduct in the 2005-06 season, training-ground incidents and bad time-keeping.
“It’s the culmination of three years of indiscipline,” explained Mullen. “The lad is a fantastic talent, there’s no doubt about it. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, [with] what he’s got in terms of his ability he should be playing in the Premier League. But obviously there’s something within him, the person, that stops him from doing it. It is a complete and utter shame that it has been necessary to take this course of action.”