The former Czech football international Tomáš Řepka has been sentenced to two years in prison. The Court of Appeal in Prague on Tuesday increased his previous 15-month sentence, finding Řepka guilty of advertising sexual services on the internet in the name of his ex-wife Vlaďka Erbová and of selling a luxury car that he didn’t own.
Řepka earned 45 caps for the Czech Republic and played for a number of clubs, including Italy’s Fiorentina and the English Premier League side West Ham United.
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