Another Premier League player has been found guilty of breaking Football Association betting rules this time Stoke City forward Cameron Jerome is in trouble.

Just months after Tottenham winger Andros Townsend was fined and banned after being found guilty of betting offenses Jerome has gone down a similar path.

While in League Two Accrington Stanley’s managing director Robert Heys has also been charged.

So what is going on?

Both Jerome and Heys were charged with breaches of the FA’s rules “in relation to a number of betting offenses”.

Jerome 26 will now face a hearing on a date still to be determined. It is understood that his offense are not linked to match fixing or betting on games he played in. But the most likely offense is that he bet on other teams games which is strictly prohibited. Jerome isn’t thought to be in as much trouble as Townsend but he has reportedly bet on teams who were playing in a cup competition he had played in himself earlier last season.