i know thatLose the lot? Except the FA or whoever the governing body of the league is doesn't have the power to seize someones assets. That only happens in extremely serious criminal cases and in this case the footballer isn't even committing a crime. That's before we even get onto evidence and the standards in football being a lot vaguer and shadier than being proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
somebody quoted me on contracts and how would a player lose out because he would still get paid
what i should have said he would be in breach of contract and it terminated if found guilty