Snooker player waits for news on suspension
SUSPENDED snooker ace Stephen Lee could find out in the next 24 hours whether or not he can return to the professional circuit while a match fixing probe is carried out.
World number seven Lee, who trains in Cheltenham, was suspended by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association after allegations of suspicious betting patterns were linked to a match between him and John Higgins.
Lee's manager Adam Quigley, who owns Pockets Snooker Club, in St George's Place, told the Echo his client had filed an appeal over the suspension.
If successful, it would allow Lee to return to competitive matches while the investigation was ongoing.
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"We have filed an appeal and it could take until Friday for them to process that," he said.
"Stephen just wants to get back to playing again and earning a living."