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HOUSTON - Three Toronto FC players have been charged with public intoxication
after police said they got in a fight outside a Houston nightclub and then
argued with officers. Dont a Hightower Womens Jersey . Police
spokeswoman Jodi Silva says Miguel Aceval, Nick Soolsma and Luis Silva were
jailed after the incident early Monday in the parking lot of the Club Escobar.
The Major League Soccer club issued a brief statement on Monday afternoon. “We
are aware of the charges filed against Miguel Aceval, Luis Silva and Nick
Soolsma in Houston earlier today. The players are presently with the team and we
continue to investigate this matter. As such, the team will not provide any
further comment at this time,” the statement said. Toronto FC plays the Dynamo
in Houston on Wednesday night. Jodi Silva says the three players were involved
in a “large fight” outside the club about 2:30 a.m. Officers intervened, police
say, and the three players “refused to leave the location and became
belligerent” with police. Police say one player tried to flee the scene on foot,
but was caught. No one else was arrested. Toronto FC has a 1-10-0 record, worst
in Major League Soccer. There has been a recent coaching change with Aron Winter
leaving and Paul Mariner talking over at the helm. A Chilean defender Aceval is
in his first year with the club. He lost his starting job and has been sidelined
with an injury. Silva, an American attacking midfielder, was TFCs top pick in
the draft. He has seen some action this season, mostly as a substitute. Soolsma
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