The Belgian goalkeeper Logan Bailly from Borussia Monchengladbach has been convicted of assault to imprisonment of five-month suspended prison.
Liege (SID) - the Belgian football goalkeeper Logan Bailly of the Bundesliga Borussia Monchengladbach has been convicted of assault in prison five months on probation. Report the news agency Belga according to, the 12. Trial Chamber of the Liege Court Palace looked at the charges against the 25 thus proven. The public prosecutor had demanded six months prison for the keeper.
The goalkeeper who played at that time for Genk to be have been involved in May 2008 with his brother in a parking lot outside a bar in Liege in a brawl. This obviously two people were injured. Bailly had denied the allegations until the end.
In the final stages of the Bundesliga season Stegen Bailly in Gladbach had lost his place on the 19-year-old Marc-Andre ter.