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Worst Week Ever? German Goalkeeper Arrested After Team Lost

MARCO Kwiotek Arrested By Police

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MARCO Kwiotek let 43 goals past him as his team SV Vonderort were smashed by their local rivals PSV Oberhausen 43-0.

The score was 35-0 at halftime, and at one point Vonderort, a team that largely is made up of refugees from Syria, Iraq and Guinea, were only able to field eight players. PSV Oberhausen felt so bad about the mollywhopping, they took off three of their own players just to even up the numbers.

Letting 43 goals fly past you is bad enough, right?

Five days later, the police showed up at Vonderort training to take Kwiotek into custody. The police gave no reason for his arrest, and The Sun reports that Kwiotek called out “They just want to clear some things up” as they took him away.

But he hasn’t been seen since!

There’s speculation the goalkeeper could have been arrested for match-fixing, but police have refused to comment on why he was arrested.

At the time of writing, it’s unknown if Kwiotek is still in custody, but no further details have been revealed.

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By Patrick Ansah 21/09/2016 09:10:00