Ex-Premier League star reveals he’s BANNED from swanky golf course
- A former Premier League participant has revealed is is banned from a UK golf course
- He has opened up on how his drunken antics precipitated him to lose his membership
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A former Premier League star has revealed he’s at the moment banned from taking part in at one of many UK’s costliest golf programs after annoying membership chiefs together with his drunken behaviour earlier this 12 months.
The ex-midfielder made 90 Premier League appearances for 3 completely different golf equipment between 2005 and 2010.
The 45-year-old additionally has loads of hobbies away from the pitch, together with golf, and beforehand signed as much as the swanky Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire, the place it prices £92,000 to develop into a full member, with an annual payment of £9,500 taking it simply previous the £100,000 mark general.
But former Wigan, Fulham and Hull City star Jimmy Bullard has confessed that his membership was taken away just lately after he took issues a bit too far following ‘a number of drinks’.
‘I’m not allowed to go once more,’ he advised snooker legend Stephen Hendry.
Jimmy Bullard (fourth left) is banned from a membership that prices £100,000 to be a member
Bullard revealed he’s banned from the swanky Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire (pictured)
He acquired the ban after hitting a golf ball off the highest of a Peroni beer bottle
‘I had a number of drinks and I bought carried away. I put a Peroni off the primary tee and clipped a ball off it.
‘It’s clearly not the factor to take action I apologise.
‘If there are any Sunningdale members watching, I do apologise. I actually wish to come again.’
Bullard is thought for his ‘cheeky-chappy’ antics that made him well-liked wherever he went throughout his profession.
He first made the step as much as the Premier League with Wigan in 2005 following their promotion, and earned himself a swap to Fulham a 12 months later.
After two years at Craven Cottage he moved on to Hull, the place he famously recreated Phil Brown’s half-time workforce discuss on the pitch at Manchester City when celebrating a purpose on the Etihad Stadium.
Bullard famously recreated Phil Brown’s half-time workforce discuss on the pitch after scoring towards Manchester City
Bullard (left) additionally co-hosted Soccer AM for six years earlier than the present completed earlier this 12 months
The then-Hull supervisor Brown noticed the humorous aspect of the celebration, however Bullard and Brown had been unable to maintain the workforce within the high flight in 2009-10.
Bullard referred to as time on his taking part in days in 2012, however has since carved out a profitable TV profession for himself.
He appeared on the fourteenth collection of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here in 2014, earlier than becoming a member of Soccer AM as a co-host in 2017.
After initially working alongside John ‘Fenners’ Fendley and Lloyd Griffiths earlier than the latter stepped down in 2019, Bullard and Fendley continued with the present till it was dropped at an finish this 12 months.
He can also be concerned with a YouTube golf channel alongside Peter Dale, extra generally referred to as ‘Tubes’, who was additionally an everyday on Soccer AM through the years.