Player's mum fights club officials

Jule Niles was arrested by the police on suspicion of assaulting several Arsenal officials including chief negotiator, Dick Law


A mother of an Arsenal player has been banned from the club's base after she fought with the club's officials.

The mother of 17-year-old winger Ainsley Maitland-Niles according to hit Arsenal 's chief negotiator, Dick Law, and threatened to drag her son off the pitch during an Under-21 match.

Jule Niles according to the report was arrested afterwards on suspicion of assault before she was released without charge in March.

Reasons for her anger was not revealed but reports revealed that a member of Arsenal's ground staff and another man claimed Niles struck them during the altercation.

It is unclear how this unwanted development could affect the development of 17-year-old winger Maitland-Niles into Arsenal's first team.

He made his professional debut for Arsenal at the age of 17 years and 102 days in the Champions League against Galatasaray in December, 2014 making him the second youngest player to represent the club in the history of the competition.

"Police were called at 4.11pm on March 20 to the location to reports two people had allegedly been assaulted by a woman. They suffered superficial injuries," Hertfordshire Police is quoted to say in the Mail Online report.

"Officers attended and a 36-year-old woman from Watford was arrested on suspicion of assault.

"She has since been released with no further action to be taken against her. Police were called to the location on Friday, April 24 at 2.40pm to reports a woman was refusing to leave the premises.

"Officers attended and the woman was issued with a warning."


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