The trial of a man accused of a Christmas hamper con which saw West Ham players lose thousands of pounds has been abandoned. Stephen Ackerman of Loughton, Essex, denies 19 fraud charges with the proceeds totalling more than £50,000.
Mr Ackerman is accused of selling hampers to West Ham players and staff that never arrived under the alias Mark Kingston. The jury has been discharged with a new trial set to start on 24 October at Snaresbrook Crown Court.
A group of 13 people, including the club’s former manager Sam Allardyce, James Tomkins, Joey O’Brien and Andy Carroll
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Agent mark Kingston wants 5% of 75.3 million euros to fund new court case defence and giving Kevin Nolan a cut of the proceeds !
Napoli still waiting on the hampers sent by second class post through a middle man on west hams trusted buisness associates list !
Contact number ( Whitehall 1212 ).
The case for the prosecution was filled with £50 pound notes and a free holiday in Brazil,
The case was open and shut ! Very quickly ?
and now we know the real reason our form took a nose dive just after xmas that year.. or maybe it is just a coincidence our team spirit was in the sh1t3r.