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Watford boss warns Isaac Success 'to be careful' after striker was arrested 'for demanding £2,000 back from four prostitutes'

    Isaac Success was arrested last month following an incident at Sopwell House
    Watford ace has been accused of demanding £2,000 back from four prostitutes
    Marco Silva has warned Success but says he is 'happy with his improvement'
    Success will be out for eight weeks after suffering a knee injury in training
    Naija man dey last 90 minutes for bed, but not for field

Watford boss Marco Silva has challenged Isaac Success to prove he deserves a future at the club.

The 21-year-old Nigerian forward was arrested on September 11 following an incident at Sopwell House in Hertfordshire.

Success was reportedly arrested after an angry bust-up with four prostitutes who he accused of cheating him out of £2,000.
Escort Alexis Domerge claims the player paid her and three other women £500 each to party with him at the luxury venue.

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Michaela Carter (left) and Alexis Domerge (right) allege they spent 90 minutes with Premier League star Isaac Success

Success was later arrested in the hotel after police were called and an allegation of assault was made, according to The Sun.

Ms Domerge, 24, said Success angrily demanded his money back after he had downed two bottles of Baileys liqueur
A spokesman for Hertfordshire Police confirmed they are investigating an allegation of assault reported to have happened at 6.30am on September 11

He joined Watford for £12million from Spanish club Granada in August 2016, but scored just once in 19 appearances for the Hornets last term.

Success has featured in only one game this season - as a second-half substitute in Watford's 3-2 defeat against Bristol City in the Carabao Cup in August - and now faces eight weeks on the sidelines following a knee injury he sustained in training.

'The player and everyone knows the obligations at this club and he knows the rules,' said Silva, who refused to reveal whether Watford would discipline the forward.

'Of course people who love football don't like this situation. Football is his life. He needs to be careful - everyone needs to be careful - and know the right way. What we are talking about is one situation in September.

'I'm really happy with his improvement. He has not played more minutes as I had to make different changes in games due to injuries. I am happy with his progress and the player is starting to understand what my way is and what he needs to do to have minutes.

'Our obligation is to put the player in the right way. But you can't do this every time. He is a young player and he knows.'

A representative for the player strongly denied the allegations.

Silva, meanwhile, has overseen just one defeat from his opening seven league fixtures as Watford boss, but will host an in-form Arsenal side at Vicarage Road on Saturday evening.

Andre Carrillo, the winger on a season-long loan from Benfica, could feature for the visit of Arsene Wenger's team despite playing in Peru's 1-1 World Cup qualifier against Colombia on Wednesday night.

But Sebastian Prodl, who has not played since he suffered an injury on international duty for Austria in September, is again a doubt, while Younes Kaboul remains sidelined.
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Ms Domerge (pictured) said Success angrily demanded his money back after the girls told him they had to leave after 90 minutes


'After their defeat against Liverpool, Arsenal have responded in a very good way,' Silva said. 'The last seven games they have won six and only drawn once, against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, and they were really close to winning that game.

'They look like a more balanced team and with the ball they have a lot of quality. So, for us, it will be a tough game but that is what we expect against a good team.'
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Watford boss warns Isaac Success 'to be careful' after striker was arrested 'for demanding £2,000 back from four prostitutes'

    Isaac Success was arrested last month following an incident at Sopwell House
    Watford ace has been accused of demanding £2,000 back from four prostitutes
    Marco Silva has warned Success but says he is 'happy with his improvement'
    Success will be out for eight weeks after suffering a knee injury in training
    Naija man dey last 90 minutes for bed, but not for field

Watford boss Marco Silva has challenged Isaac Success to prove he deserves a future at the club.

The 21-year-old Nigerian forward was arrested on September 11 following an incident at Sopwell House in Hertfordshire.

Success was reportedly arrested after an angry bust-up with four prostitutes who he accused of cheating him out of £2,000.
Escort Alexis Domerge claims the player paid her and three other women £500 each to party with him at the luxury venue.

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Michaela Carter (left) and Alexis Domerge (right) allege they spent 90 minutes with Premier League star Isaac Success

Success was later arrested in the hotel after police were called and an allegation of assault was made, according to The Sun.

Ms Domerge, 24, said Success angrily demanded his money back after he had downed two bottles of Baileys liqueur
A spokesman for Hertfordshire Police confirmed they are investigating an allegation of assault reported to have happened at 6.30am on September 11

He joined Watford for £12million from Spanish club Granada in August 2016, but scored just once in 19 appearances for the Hornets last term.

Success has featured in only one game this season - as a second-half substitute in Watford's 3-2 defeat against Bristol City in the Carabao Cup in August - and now faces eight weeks on the sidelines following a knee injury he sustained in training.

'The player and everyone knows the obligations at this club and he knows the rules,' said Silva, who refused to reveal whether Watford would discipline the forward.

'Of course people who love football don't like this situation. Football is his life. He needs to be careful - everyone needs to be careful - and know the right way. What we are talking about is one situation in September.

'I'm really happy with his improvement. He has not played more minutes as I had to make different changes in games due to injuries. I am happy with his progress and the player is starting to understand what my way is and what he needs to do to have minutes.

'Our obligation is to put the player in the right way. But you can't do this every time. He is a young player and he knows.'

A representative for the player strongly denied the allegations.

Silva, meanwhile, has overseen just one defeat from his opening seven league fixtures as Watford boss, but will host an in-form Arsenal side at Vicarage Road on Saturday evening.

Andre Carrillo, the winger on a season-long loan from Benfica, could feature for the visit of Arsene Wenger's team despite playing in Peru's 1-1 World Cup qualifier against Colombia on Wednesday night.

But Sebastian Prodl, who has not played since he suffered an injury on international duty for Austria in September, is again a doubt, while Younes Kaboul remains sidelined.
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Ms Domerge (pictured) said Success angrily demanded his money back after the girls told him they had to leave after 90 minutes


'After their defeat against Liverpool, Arsenal have responded in a very good way,' Silva said. 'The last seven games they have won six and only drawn once, against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, and they were really close to winning that game.

'They look like a more balanced team and with the ball they have a lot of quality. So, for us, it will be a tough game but that is what we expect against a good team.'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footba ... reful.html


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