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Derby sack captain Keogh after car accident in which teammates were arrested for drink driving

Richard Keogh, Derby County
Richar Keogh will be out for more than a year with knee injury.

English football club Derby have fired captain Richard Keogh for gross misconduct following an internal disciplinary hearing into a car accident.

The 33-year-old defender suffered a knee injury that has ruled him out for more than a year after he was involved in a car accident with teammates Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett in September.

Derby, who play in the second-tier Championship, previously fined Lawrence and Bennett six weeks' wages, the maximum allowed contractually.

The pair had initially fled from the scene of the crash, which happened after a team bonding day that ended in a pub. They returned about 45 minutes later and were arrested.

Both players pleaded guilty in court to drunken driving and failing to stop at the scene of an accident. They were ordered to do 180 hours of unpaid work and were disqualified from driving for two years.

Derby said they "will not tolerate any of its players or staff behaving in a manner which puts themselves, their colleagues, and members of the general public at risk of injury or worse, or which brings the club into disrepute."

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