Summary: Maccabi Tel Aviv - Hapoel Haifa 0:1 (Sport1)
Nir Beaton was tried today (Tuesday) in a court in Glasgow for speeding, pleaded guilty and was fined 4,500 pounds. This is an incident that took place in April 2019, when the 31-year-old player of Maccabi Tel Aviv was still playing for Celtic. He was caught driving on the M80 at a speed of almost Double the speed limit (95 km/h in a 50 zone) with his sports car.
According to the report, Beaton then told the police: "As far as I know, I wasn't speeding, there's no way. But if you say so, I believe you."
Beaton as mentioned pleaded guilty and was punished for his first offense.
Sheriff Michael Hanlon also added a penalty of nine points to the fine and wrote in his decision: "Because of the notification of guilt today, I am ready to withdraw the license suspension."
Beaton agreed to pay the fine in full within a month.
An offense from the Celtic days.
Nir Beaton (Photo: GettyImages, Mark Runnacles)
Now the player will be able to join the training camp of Maccabi Tel Aviv in Turkey, after not going out with his friends to settle things in Scotland.
Maccabi Tel Aviv will hold a first warm-up match against Antalyaspor on Wednesday at 14:00 and it will be broadcast live on Sport4.
The meeting with Demirspor will be broadcast on Sunday at 16:55 on Sport2.
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