Junior “Banga” Forrester being led away by Police at Wales on MondayA suspected thief who has been before the court on numerous occasions was convicted on Monday for receiving stolen items when he appeared at the Wales Magistrate’s Court.Junior Forrester, known as “Banga” of Lot 156 Patentia Housing Scheme, West Bank Demerara, will spend the next 18 months behind bars after he was found guilty of possession of stolen items.The charge stated that on August 12, 2016, between 06:30h and 08:15h, he broke and entered the dwelling house of David Ambedkar at Lot 47 Area L, Patentia Housing Scheme, WBD, and stole a quantity of jewellery, $80,000 in cash, two wrist watches and an iPhone, amounting to $500,000.The defendant told the court that he never broke into Ambedkar’s house, but that he bought the watches from a man called “Todd” for $10,000 but he still entered a guilty plea on possession of stolen property.The Prosecution’s case stated that Forrester was seen leaving Ambedcar’s home on the morning of the robbery.Acting on this lead the Police carried out a search on his home where the two watches were discovered.
Tottenham legend Clive Allen has described the ongoing saga with their new stadium as a ‘cloud hanging over the club’.Spurs have continued to play at Wembley this season as their new home is completed, and recent reports have claimed the opening could be put off until 2019.The new £1billion arena was initially scheduled to host its first Premier League game in September.But the club have encounters numerous issues and could now be facing more delays until next year if upcoming safety tests aren’t passed.Tottenham this week opened their sparkling new club shop to the public – the largest of its kind in Europe – but that has not been enough to appease fan frustrations over their continued wait. Tottenham’s new stadium store is the largest club shop of its kind in Europe A view of Spurs’ new stadium on September 25, 2018 “Really we don’t know when the first game will be.“It will be magnificent when it’s done, there’s no doubt about that.“But it is dragging on and it’s just a cloud hanging over the club at the moment.”Listen back to Clive Allen’s PSV v Tottenham Champions League preview IN FULL above! Former striker Allen joined talkSPORT on Wednesday to preview Tottenham’s Champions League trip to face PSV Eindhoven.And, speaking about the stadium, the White Hart Lane hero admitted the saga is ‘dragging on’.He told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “There’s a lot of talk that it’s nowhere near ready and there are still test events that need to take place.“As far as the supporters are concerned you can understand their frustration, it was all geared for Liverpool and it didn’t happen. 2 2