According to sussexlive report, Brighton & Hove Albion’s former attacker Neal Maupay is the most fined Premier League player since 2017 according to new research provided by Casumo.Information Guide Nigeria
Maupay spent three years at the Amex after joining from Brentford in 2019, going on to make over 100 appearances in all competitions for then manager Graham Potter.
During the summer, Maupay left for Premier League club Everton on a three-year contract with the Seagulls boss at the time telling the club’s official website that ‘Neal is keen to play more regular football than we have been able to offer.’NYSC portal
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During his stint with Brighton, the France youth international was the most fined player when he was handed a £25,000 penalty during an incident in the 2020-21 league campaign.JAMB portal
With two games remaining that season, Maupay was sent off after the final whistle for being abusive towards referee John Moss following his side’s 2-1 defeat to Wolves on May 9 and received a two-match ban and a hefty fine.
The now 26-year-old accepted the English Football Association’s charge of using abusive, insulting and improper language towards a match official.JAMB Result
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