MORRIS GIVEN COMMUNITY SERVICE
By Jamie Dixon
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
England Under-21 international Morris was sentenced alongside his friend and former Chelsea colleague Paul Quinn. Both men were ordered to pay £500 compensation and Quinn, a former Chelsea apprentice, was jailed for two months for his part in the attack.
The two men were sentenced for an attack on a Mr Daryl Hobbs on December 8 last year, which left Mr Hobbs needing hospital treatment for his injuries.
Morris left court without comment after the decision, although Chelsea assistant manager Gwyn Williams said: "Jody Morris wishes to apologise for his part in the incident.
"He will be disciplined by the club under the terms of his contract, but this will be a private matter between the club and himself."