Carlo Cudicini in hospital following motorcycle crash

Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper in hospital with severe injuries after motorcycle accident

Posted: 12 November 2009
by Ben Cope
Cudicini ... crashed his BMW motorcycle in East London

PREMIERSHIP footballer Carlo Cudicini has been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, which took place on Thursday morning in East London.

Cudicini, who currently plays for Tottenham Hotspur, collided with a Ford Fiesta while riding his BMW motorbike at 10:30am yesterday.

The 36-year-old Italian goalkeeper was airlifted to hospital by London Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) and it is thought he has fractured his wrists and also his pelvis in the smash.

The woman driving the Ford Fiesta was also accompanied by a child but neither needed hospital treatment.

Surrounding roads were closed in the area after the incident, which is currently being investigated by the Chadwell Heath Collision Investigation Unit.

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I'd expect a bike magazine to at least find out what 'BMW' he was on... where are the details? I could have just read this on a non-bike site...

This stinks of lazy copy and paste 'reporting'.

PS. Do you really need my first name, last name, nickname(?!) and email address to allow me to pass comment? How about my NHS number and cock length?

Posted: 13/11/2009 at 19:50

LOL! As if it matters exactly what bike he was riding! The necessary facts are all there.

Mr Arse: I think it's about time you and your one posting disappeared up yourself. 

Posted: 14/11/2009 at 16:21

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