Grandad is still waiting for an apology after hitting Jack Greelish’s Range Rover

Grandad is still waiting for an apology after hitting Jack Greelish's Range Rover

Jack Greelish apologizes for still contacting a Granddad who crashed the van.

Reginald Woodcock (73), overpaid and self-employed by football players.

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A grandmother who crashed Jack Greelish van still apologizes for being contactedAttribution: PA: Press Association
The Aston Villa player has been banned from driving for nine months

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The Aston Villa player has been banned from driving for nine months
Despite claiming he was drunk, Grealish walked out of court on Tuesday

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Despite claiming he was drunk, Grealish walked out of court on TuesdayAttribution: Getty Images – Getty

The Aston Villa captain’s lawyer told the court that Grealish regrets the $ 90,000 damage caused by the Range Rover.

But Reginald said he had not heard anything from the England midfielder.

He also admitted that he did not know who the player was.

He said: “I do not follow the villa – they do not. If he wants to lead a life like that, it’s his, but the footballers will be overpaid. ”

Grealish was offered $ 130,000 a week in damages for all damages, according to Birmingham Magistrates’ Court.

During the lockdown, the van crashed into a $ 30,000 Mercedes and a 4×4 wall.

Woodcock left his van outside his son’s home in Solihull, West Midges, about ten miles from Greelish’s home in Bart Green, Woods.

OAP added: “There was little damage. I do not know who handled this. I did not pay for the repairs. ”

The 25-year-old Grealish received a record fine of $ 82,900 and a nine-month ban after admitting negligent driving charges, the second of which was related to speeding.

Greelish's 4x4 van and $ 30,000 hit Mercedes and wall

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Greelish’s 4×4 van and $ 30,000 hit Mercedes and wall
Reginald Woodcock (73), overpaid and self-employed by football players

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Reginald Woodcock (73), overpaid and self-employed by football players


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