Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, 25, has been banned from driving for six months because he was owing fines slapped on him for over speeding.
Carlos Tevez, Nasris Teammate got a 250 community service order and was also has also been banned for six months because of motoring offences which he committed.
Nasri, is expected to pay £1,900 but won it back after signing a declaration saying he did not know his Mercedes has been caught on camera speeding on three occasions
September 2011, it was caught at 70mph in a 40 zone and then in October 2011 at 39 in a 30 zone.
He was represented in court rather than appearing himself. Nasri's solicitor, Nick Terry, said: 'Simply, he had a poor system of administration.
'In this case, the defendant received the notices some months after the driving. It took some time for the notices to be sent out.
'There will be a disqualification today, and he’s aware of that. He’s not driving at present and I will inform him immediately after the hearing of that disqualification.
'I don’t have details of his income, but suffice to say he can pay whatever fine is deemed suitable by the courts.' his Lawyer concluded