LITESPORT PETER CROUCH risks the wrath of Spurs boss Harry Redknapp and Eng- land coach Fabio Capello today after picturesof thelankystrikerslate-night antics appeared today. Crouch,celebratingafterTottenhams 2-1 victory over his old club Portsmouth onSaturday,wasshownonthebackpage of the Daily Mail looking, as they put it, worse for wear with team-mate JonathanWoodgateatLondonsMovida club. The report made particular refer- ence to a damp patch on Crouchs trou- sers--suggestinghisjeansweresoaked by sweat or a spilled drink. Crouch, 28, is pictured right, leaving the nightclub with quite a lot of his famous 6ft 7in frame protruding from King for a night club incident in May. Redknapp said in the summer: The nightclub reputation that was around this club when I arrived is something weve had to get rid of. Its hard but Ive given them all a warning. Ive told them I dont want to see them in nightclubs or pubs. There is no need for it. These boys are highly-paid athletes. Ivesaidgoandhaveaglassof winewith the wife at a nice restaurant on a Satur- day night. Thats not a problem. But Ive toldthemIdontwanttoseethemrolling out of nightclubs at 3am. My honest opinion is that footballers shouldnt drink. I know its hard, but they get enough big money, theyre role models to kids. I think they should dedicate their lives to playing, and I dont think theres any place in the game for drink. Im going to look at that at Tottenham. Next year Ill definitely put in strong rules that drinking is a no-no. I wouldnt hesitate to test them when they come in. It would stop it completely. 30 Tuesday, 20 October 2009 London Lite CROUCH FACES Inbrief Ivanovic is in for Bosingwa BRANISLAV IVANOVIC will continue to deputise for right-back Jose Bosingwa in the Champions League tomorrow. Bosingwa was suspended for the opening two games of the Blues European campaign and a knee injury, collected against Aston Villa last Saturday, has ruled him out of the Group D clash with Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge. Didier Drogba must serve the last of his three-match Euro ban. Nasri to boost Wenger options SAMIR NASRI will make his comeback for Arsenals reserves against Wolves tonight. The influential France midfielder fractured his right fibula in pre- season as a result of a challenge from his international teammate Abou Diaby. Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, who underwent knee surgery in the summer, is also set to make his return. The good news is that Samir Nasri will be playing at Wolves, said Arsene Wenger. Huth hit with violence rap STOKE defender Robert Huth has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after hitting West Ham defender Matthew Upson across the face on Saturday. The incident, which was not seen by referee Martin Atkinson, happened when Stoke were leading 2-1. Stoke manager Tony Pulis said: I will have a look at it and obviously if he has done it we will speak to him and deal with him in-house. Bougherra out of Unirea clash RANGERS defender Madjid Bougherra will miss tonights Champions League meeting with Unirea Urziceni after suffering a knee injury in training last night. The centre-back, who did not play in Saturdays 2-1 victory over St Johnstone after returning late from international duty, was assessed today and it is unclear how long he can expect to be out of action for. Mad Dogs on gardening leave CHELTENHAM boss Martin Allen has been suspended after being accused of racially abusing a nightclub bouncer. The 44- year-old - nicknamed Mad Dog - is alleged to have called the doorman a black b****** during a night out. It is claimed that the former West Ham star tried to jump a queue of 60 people at the Thirteen Degrees venue before he moved to the other side of the street to challenge bouncer Garry Saintil. Late night antics are likely to infuriate Fabio too Hopefully Ive given the boss something to think about -- Peter Crouch after the Belarus game Ive told the lads I dont want to see them rolling out of clubs at 3am -- Harry Redknapp, 12 May, 2009 BY NEAL COLLINS the sun roof of a people carrier at 2am. Crouch, who arrived at the club with his celebrity girlfriend Abbey Clancey, was joined by Woodgate, Robbie Keane and Jermaine Jenas at the West End party spot. Neither Crouch nor Spurs were available for comment today. Less than a week ago Crouch scored twice for England against Belarus at Wembley and, desperate to make the squadfornextyearsWorldCup,hesaid: All I can do is to score goals. Hopefully, Ive given the manager something to think about. But late-night escapades are unlikely to impress disciplinarian Capello. And Spurs boss Redknapp, who paid 10m to ensure Crouch followed him from Fratton Park to White Hart Lane in the summer, may feel compelled to punish his striker having fined Ledley No to nightclubs: Harry Redknapp Raising the roof: Spurs and England striker Peter Crouch leaves Movida in Argyll Street, making full use of the sun roof DO YOU THINK CROUCH HAS SCORED AN OWN GOAL? TEXT LL RANT TO 65400 AND HAVE YOUR SAY BIGPICTURES.COM Live on Sky Sports 3, from 7.30pm (KO: 7.45pm) index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html