Why Footballers Shouldn't Be Allowed to Drive Cars

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Why Footballers Shouldn't Be Allowed to Drive Cars
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This week saw Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez get arrested for driving while disqualified.

It is alleged that Tevez was behind the wheel, despite already being disqualified from driving in January after other driving offences.

He drives when he isn’t meant to.

He doesn’t play football when he is meant to.

It’s safe to say Tevez is a maverick who plays by no one’s rules but his own.

So is car-less Carlos a good argument for all footballers being banned from driving cars? Let’s look at the evidence for a complete removal of football players' driving licenses.

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