Wiretaps that could trap Spartak Moscow player: ‘He was lucky I wasn’t carrying a weapon’

Held in December 2020 by suspected of having stabbed the cousin, Quincy Promes, former player of Ajax, is, according to the Dutch radio ‘NOS’, the subject of a new investigation following several telephone taps which could incriminate him. Although the attacker, currently with Spartak Moscow, denies the charges, the evidence should be enough to serve the maximum sentence for physical assault: four years. “Why did you put yourself in front of him? You saved his life. You understand that I would kill him, don’t you?” the Dutchman told his father.


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‘Olé’ claims that Promes attacked his cousin after he stole money from the family, and the Dutchman’s call to his aunt, quoted by ‘Goal’, seems to indicate that: “Nobody will steal what from us whatever. I’m sorry aunt. Forgive me. I love you too much”.

And still in conversation with his father, he continued: “I am faithful to my aunt. Anyone who steals it will die. Point. . I do not care. If anyone disrespects us, they’ll see how I am. Not on the player’s side, on the other. He was lucky I wasn’t carrying a gun, it would get even uglier.”

In a separate listening, we still hear the player “blaming” the alcohol. “You could say it was because of the alcohol, because if I was so drunk, it was because of what I drank from the start of the party.”

The winger’s lawyer said Promes ended up ‘unknowingly confessing everything’, and ensured the matter was dealt with and investigated.

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