Former Sky Blues player faces fraud and money laundering charges

Blair Turgott, an ex-Coventry City football player, has been charged for fraud and money laundering.

The Metropolitan Police conducted an investigation on the 22-year-old winger who will face court later on this month.

Turgott takes residency in Ravensmead Road in Bromley. The wing player faces a charge of fraud on false representation and one count of converting criminal property, involving money laundering.

Turgott first played for West Ham in the younger ranks, before playing three games for the Sky Blues and scoring once.

(Image: BBC)

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