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Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton was released from jail on Monday.

 

Barton, 25, left Strangeways prison in Manchester at 11am after serving 74 days of a six-month sentence for beating up a teenager in Liverpool city centre last December.

 

He was jailed on May 20 after pleading guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to assault and affray.

 

Today the £40,000-a-week former Manchester City player enjoyed his first taste of freedom after weeks in the cells

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Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton was released from jail on Monday.

 

Barton, 25, left Strangeways prison in Manchester at 11am after serving 74 days of a six-month sentence for beating up a teenager in Liverpool city centre last December.

 

He was jailed on May 20 after pleading guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to assault and affray.

 

Today the £40,000-a-week former Manchester City player enjoyed his first taste of freedom after weeks in the cells

 

Don''t they even do half the sentence now ??

 

74 days out of 183

, they will be getting released before they go to court soon !!!!!!!!!!

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Don''t they even do half the sentence now ??

 

74 days out of 183

, they will be getting released before they go to court soon !!!!!!!!!!

You only have to do half your sentence for good behavior. Its a joke if it was my they would have to double there sentence for bad behavior. :jailed:

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ANY hopes Joey Barton had of enjoying a quiet pre–season were obliterated last night as the Football Association charged him with violent conduct.

 

 

 

Just three days after he walked free from Strangeways prison, the midfielder was back in the spotlight again for his training–ground assault on former Manchester City team–mate Ousmane Dabo – an offence to which he has already pleaded guilty in court.

 

Barton (25) was given a four–month prison sentence, suspended for two years, after admitting assault occasioning actual bodily harm on Dabo 15 months ago.

 

The FA were unable to launch their own investigation into the incident – of which there is no video footage – until the completion of the criminal investigation and court case.

 

But the decision to proceed with a case against Barton, who could face a ban and fine of unlimited scope, has angered Newcastle, who feel they are being penalised for misdemeanours they had nothing to do with.

 

 

 

 

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