Daniel Sturridge charged by FA over betting offences

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Footballer Daniel Sturridge has denied gambling on football after he was charged by the FA for breaching betting rules.

The Liverpool striker has been found guilty of misconduct for placing bets in January 2018 – after the winter transfer window had opened.

According to reports, Sturridge has been stung for betting on transfers of players and managers and is believed to have used a third party.

He has until 6pm on Tuesday, November 20 to respond to the charge. A statement revealed by a Liverpool spokesperson claims Sturridge has categorically denied the charges.