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Lincolnshire footballer admits deception case

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A Lincolnshire semi-professional footballer has admitted a string of immigration and deception offences.
Romanian Lorand Borbely took the identity of Hungarian Laszlo Lovas when he came to the UK in 2004.
The 29-year-old, of Green Road, Fishtoft, admitted a total of 13 charges at Lincoln Crown Court.
Borbely, who played for Deeping Rangers and Boston Town in the United Counties League under his false name, was remanded into custody
He is due to be sentenced on 10 September.
Borbely admitted entering the UK by deception on 22 March 2004.
He also admitted three charges of obtaining a mortgage by deception, obtaining employment by deception, removing criminal property from the UK, five charges of fraud, a further charge of deception and perverting the course of justice.