Morrison in trouble once again
Ravel Morrison, one of the most promising young players on Manchester United's books, has again found himself in trouble with the authorities.
Morrison, 18, was not officially arrested but signed a statement admitting to the seriousness of a possible offence at Swinton police station.
It followed a complaint from the family of a teenage mugging victim who gave evidence against the player's friends. Morrison was said to have been hanging around outside the boy's college.
He admitted to two charges of intimidating a witness in relation to that original case and is the subject of a 12-month referral order. Any further offence could lead to a custodial sentence.
It is the second time he had been up before a court judge in the space of six months. He has also twice been arrested for domestic abuse - but not charged - and cautioned by the police for assaulting his mother.