German football goalkeeper concedes 43 goals in 1 match — and is swiftly arrested by police




 Marco Kwiotek, a goalkeeper who plays for German lower league club SV Vonderort was arrested at the team’s training ground about 30 miles north of Dusseldorf in Bottrop, just five days after he allowed 43 goals in one match.




According to The Sun UK, as Armed police acccompanied Kwiotek, 25, off the pitch after arresting him, the keeper hollered to his teammates that the cops “just want to clear some things up,”
The police declined to comment on the reason for the arrest while another report said Kwiotek was released almost immediately after he was taken in for questioning.
German football goalkeeper concedes 43 goals in 1 match — and is swiftly arrested by police  German football goalkeeper concedes 43 goals in 1 match — and is swiftly arrested by police Reviewed by Mikkyanu Bobo on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Rating: 5

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