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Professional Footballer Jailed For Huge Haul Of Class A Drugs And Counterfeit Money At Glastonbury Festival,

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A disgraced professional footballer has been jailed for possessing Class A drugs and counterfeit money while at Glastonbury Festival.

Paddy Lacey was arrested on the second day of the festival in June having been sacked by League Two side Accrington Stanley a month earlier after testing positive for cocaine.

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Lacey, who previously played for Sheffield Wednesday, Bradford City, Altrincham and Barrow, was found with 20.3 grams of cocaine, 16.8 grams of MDMA, and £520 in counterfeit £20 notes.

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