Pilgrims open incident enquiry
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Plymouth Argyle will conduct an enquiry into an incident involving two of its players.
Plymouth Argyle have confirmed they will conduct an enquiry into an incident involving two of their squad members.
The enquiry relates to an alleged bust-up between two of Ian Holloway's players during their pre-season tour of Austria.
Local reports suggest the alleged fracas involved captain Paul Wotton and striker Chris Zebroski at a restaurant in Graz on Saturday evening, with Wotton needing hospital treatment as a result of the incident.
"Argyle can confirm that there was an incident involving two of our players at our training base in Austria on Saturday evening," read a statement on the club's official website.
"This incident resulted in one player receiving hospital treatment.
"Circumstances surrounding the incident will be the subject of an internal club disciplinary enquiry.
"Until that enquiry is completed, Argyle will be making no further comment."
News of the alleged incident is sure to disappoint Pilgrims boss Holloway, with the club having taken a boost from a narrow 1-0 friendly defeat to Spanish giants Real Madrid during the trip.