Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher is the latest from the club to be banned from driving.
The striker, a £12million capture from Wolves, was handed a six-month ban and fined £1,700 under the totting-up procedure after he admitted speeding, reports the Daily Mail.
A court heard how Fletcher was clocked by a speed camera driving a Range Rover at 77mph on the M42/M6 Toll at Curdworth, in Warwickshire, on January 20, when a 50mph variable speed limit was in force.
Fletcher's team-mate Phil Bardsley has served two driving bans and was recently given a fine and six points after being caught speeding for the fourth time by driving at 72mph in a 50mph zone.
Last year, defender Titus Bramble was handed a 12-month driving ban for speeding after a judge chose to sentence him in his absence at St Helens Magistrates' Court. The 31-year-old pleaded guilty to two speeding offences in his BMW on a stretch of the M6 between junctions 26 and 27 in Wigan.