Winger fined over speeding probe


Robert Snodgrass playing against NewcastleSnodgrass (left) joined Norwich City in 2012 from Leeds United.


Scotland international winger Robert Snodgrass has been fined £600 for failing to give his details to police.

The Hull City player, 26, was charged with failing to give information to officers after a road camera clocked his BMW going over a 30mph speed limit.

Norwich magistrates fined him £600 and ordered him to pay £85 court costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

Snodgrass, who left Norwich City in the summer, was given six penalty points but had a speeding charge dropped.

He signed to Hull City in a deal said to be worth more than £6m, having joined the Canaries from Leeds United in 2012.

He has won 15 international caps, scoring three times for his country.

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