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A FORMER Aberdeen FC player who was fined for knocking a teammate unconscious in an attack wants to “move on” from the incident.
Dennis Wyness, 36, previously pleaded guilty to assaulting Peterhead FC striker Martin Bavidge on Aberdeen’s Union Street after a night out.
As reported in later editions of yesterday’s Evening Express, Wyness was fined £500 at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for the attack on Bavidge, who was a childhood friend.
Defence agent Charles Benzies issued a statement on behalf of Wyness outside court following the sentencing.
Mr Benzies said: “He is delighted the whole matter is over and both him and his friends can move on.”
Not a nice way to treat a childhood friend-! Never had him down for the agressive type...but he was a Gorgie tramp for a while in his career right enough 16 May 2013 12:40 Started on 'Stand Free Forum' forum
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We apparently have made an offer to Merounna Zemmama of Middlesborough. Source is an AFC employee. 12 May 2013 16:14 Started on 'Stand Free Forum' forum
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