Plymouth Argyle have confirmed today that they have re-signed Luke McCormick for a one-year contract.
Argyle fired their former goalkeeper after he caused the death of two children in a car crash. 29 year old McCormick was sentenced to seven years and four months in jail, but served just half that term.
Goalkeeper Luke McCormick has left Swindon Town where he'd been given training opportunities following his release from prison. The former Plymouth Argyle player was jailed in 2008 for killing two young brothers in a drink-drive crash.
He'd been training with Swindon since being freed earlier this year. In a statement McCormick said he now hoped to re-establish a football career and work to educate people about the stupidity of drinking and driving.
Stately home owner Sir Benjamin Slade has been fined £2000 for firearms offences at Taunton Magistrates Court.
A mother who lost both her sons in a car crash caused by a drunk professional goalkeeper has criticised Swindon Town Football club for offering him a trial.
Amanda Peak says the club has failed to think about the impact taking on Luke Mccormick will have on her family. The former Plymouth Argyle player was jailed for seven years in 2008.
A former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper who was jailed after killing two young boys while drink driving has been offered the chance to play professional football again. Luke McCormick was jailed for seven years in 2008.
Today it emerged he's been training with Swindon Town while on day release from Layhill Prison since January. He'll join the club on trial when he's released in June.