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Hanny
08-09-2009, 04:54 PM
.....in court.

http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/breaking-edinburgh-news/Former-Hibs-goalie-fined-and.5626183.jp

A FORMER Hibs goalie has been fined 1,000 and banned from the roads for four years for drink driving.

Groff's defence agent David Taylor said "He has returned to Scotland in the hope that interest from a number of clubs in England will crystallise.


Thank christ we got rid of this clown.

Dashing Bob S
08-09-2009, 05:03 PM
.....in court.

http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/breaking-edinburgh-news/Former-Hibs-goalie-fined-and.5626183.jp

A FORMER Hibs goalie has been fined 1,000 and banned from the roads for four years for drink driving.

Groff's defence agent David Taylor said "He has returned to Scotland in the hope that interest from a number of clubs in England will crystallise.


Thank christ we got rid of this clown.

Shaping up to be the most famous goalie in Scotland who never wore a pair of gloves in first team football. (The Morton decable aside.)

BigKev
08-09-2009, 05:06 PM
Four year ban - that would soon stop drink driving if everyone received the same punishment!!

30k a year he was on as well - we're well rid of him.

Blurry Face
08-09-2009, 05:36 PM
Four year ban - that would soon stop drink driving if everyone received the same punishment!!

30k a year he was on as well - we're well rid of him.
Why should I get a four year ban because Grof was drink driving?

lyonhibs
08-09-2009, 05:47 PM
Why should I get a four year ban because Grof was drink driving?

:confused:

Anyway, David Grof is mercifully no longer a Hibs player.

He didn't even play for the 1st team (Morton fiasco aside) in his chequered time here, ergo my interest in his fortunes wanes proportionally now he's left the club.

Let's leave him to get over his misdemeanours and hopefully sort out his pro career.

johnbc70
08-09-2009, 05:50 PM
Why should I get a four year ban because Grof was drink driving?

Well if you are driving under the influence of drink you would deserve everything you get.

Gus
08-09-2009, 05:54 PM
He's away now.....but people judging him as a goalkeeper on the ONE game against Morton is a bit unfair.

If he could of screwed the nut 18 months ago I think he would still be at Hibs IMO

Scooter
08-09-2009, 06:05 PM
He's away now.....but people judging him as a goalkeeper on the ONE game against Morton is a bit unfair.

If he could of screwed the nut 18 months ago I think he would still be at Hibs IMO

Totaly agree and I think this is an old offence.

Now get ready I'm out side waiting on you :cool2:

StevieC
08-09-2009, 06:37 PM
Why should I get a four year ban because Grof was drink driving?


:confused:



Well if you are driving under the influence of drink you would deserve everything you get.


WHOOOOOSH. :greengrin


I got it H18SVG.

:wink:

jae
08-09-2009, 07:14 PM
WHOOOOOSH. :greengrin


I got it H18SVG.

:wink:

Buses for the next 4 years then :wink:

Scouse Hibee
08-09-2009, 07:39 PM
Replacing Grant Stott as the new face of Ridacard apparently. :greengrin

StevieC
08-09-2009, 07:40 PM
Buses for the next 4 years then :wink:

I don't do buses .. taxis and trains for me.

:greengrin

Blurry Face
08-09-2009, 07:54 PM
WHOOOOOSH. :greengrin


I got it H18SVG.

:wink:

Thank goad.

I can assure people I wouldn't drink and drive. not even one.

hibernian36
08-09-2009, 09:30 PM
.....in court.

http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/breaking-edinburgh-news/Former-Hibs-goalie-fined-and.5626183.jp

A FORMER Hibs goalie has been fined 1,000 and banned from the roads for four years for drink driving.

Groff's defence agent David Taylor said "He has returned to Scotland in the hope that interest from a number of clubs in England will crystallise.


Thank christ we got rid of this clown.

hope he paid his fiver at the monday night games with us - if not, he's got 5k so he'll be able to play with us for 1000 weeks ! :bye:

Woody1985
09-09-2009, 11:42 AM
I gave Grof it tight on here for drink driving and rightly so IMO.

However, I never realised he was sleeping in the car with the engine on. I know it's extremely stupid but I must confess I've sat in the car pished when locked out the house, put the engine on for 5 minutes to heat it up and switch it off again. Admittedly, I would never leave it on for the purpose of you moving around, hitting the accelerator/handbreak etc.

BoltonHibee
09-09-2009, 11:50 AM
I gave Grof it tight on here for drink driving and rightly so IMO.

However, I never realised he was sleeping in the car with the engine on. I know it's extremely stupid but I must confess I've sat in the car pished when locked out the house, put the engine on for 5 minutes to heat it up and switch it off again. Admittedly, I would never leave it on for the purpose of you moving around, hitting the accelerator/handbreak etc.

You dont even have to have the engine on to be charged with DD. You only have to be in the car with the keys in the car with you.

Woody1985
09-09-2009, 11:52 AM
You dont even have to have the engine on to be charged with DD. You only have to be in the car with the keys in the car with you.

I know but it was either that or sleep outside the car potentially catching hypothermia.

Teo10
09-09-2009, 12:00 PM
You dont even have to have the engine on to be charged with DD. You only have to be in the car with the keys in the car with you.

:agree:

After a night out on George Street my mate fell asleep in his car and the keys were on the passenger seat next to him. Police saw him and woke him up to tell him they were arresting him on suspicion of drink driving...Harsh way to learn the law....

BoltonHibee
09-09-2009, 12:01 PM
I know but it was either that or sleep outside the car potentially catching hypothermia.

I wasn't having a go, i've done it myself (sleep in the car that is after a night out), and was made aware of the "offence" by a policeman.

Open the car, then hide the keys somewhere away from the vehicle, then get back in the car and wrap up well:wink:

Gus
09-09-2009, 12:06 PM
You dont even have to have the engine on to be charged with DD. You only have to be in the car with the keys in the car with you.

How would you get into your car without the keys? :confused:

BoltonHibee
09-09-2009, 12:09 PM
How would you get into your car without the keys? :confused:

See previous post.

This does not have to be on a street by the way, you could be parked on your driveway.

blackpoolhibs
09-09-2009, 12:26 PM
See previous post.

This does not have to be on a street by the way, you could be parked on your driveway.

Remind us again Moray, how many times have you been banned from driving?:greengrin

Hibee87
09-09-2009, 12:30 PM
I wasn't having a go, i've done it myself (sleep in the car that is after a night out), and was made aware of the "offence" by a policeman.

Open the car, then hide the keys somewhere away from the vehicle, then get back in the car and wrap up well:wink:

Bingo, me and a mate got locked out my mates in dundee middle of winter in snow was belting down 5 am aand we both had shirts on we either stood outside and froze or slept in his car we opend the car the hid the keys under the car on the underside of the wheelrim doors shut and wrappen in a sleeping (lucky we brought sleeping bags as we were meant to be stayign over in my mates)

Baader
09-09-2009, 12:49 PM
Being understudy to the comedy double act that was Malkowski and Brown is enough to drive anyone to drink. :greengrin

BoltonHibee
09-09-2009, 01:34 PM
Remind us again Moray, how many times have you been banned from driving?:greengrin

Never for DD Gary, just know a few solicitors that specialise in motoring offences:wink:

blackpoolhibs
09-09-2009, 01:39 PM
Never for DD Gary, just know a few solicitors that specialise in motoring offences:wink:

I know pal, you never drink and drive, but you have been known to impersonate lewis hamilton a few times in the past. :greengrin

Woody1985
09-09-2009, 01:46 PM
I wasn't having a go, i've done it myself (sleep in the car that is after a night out), and was made aware of the "offence" by a policeman.

Open the car, then hide the keys somewhere away from the vehicle, then get back in the car and wrap up well:wink:

I never meant to come across like you were. Apologies if I did.


How would you get into your car without the keys? :confused:

You could have left the car door open by accident. Unlikely yes, provable that you didn't without the keys being found. Even more unlikely.

Another sleeping in car story for you all....

When we went to Newcastle about 2 years ago, 8 of us were thrown out of the hotel for being involved in a minor dispute with some other guests at the hotel bar. :greengrin

Before this we had parked in the underground car park of a hotel that was not ours in error. However, it was only a 5 minute walk and we'd already took the cases out and went to the reception before realising our error.

After being thrown out we made our way to the hotel aka car park. Spent the night in there drinking the lager we had in the cars on the way down and then all went to sleep. We were generally having a laugh, ****ing around etc and then slept in the cars.

The security came down about 12 noon that day and said we'd have to leave as we couldn't sleep in the cars but we had given them one of the funniest nights of their lives. :LOL: