Emmanuel Eboue's Woes Mount as he’s Arrested In London

The end to the woes of former Arsenal right back Emmanuel Eboue doesn’t seem to be anywhere in sight with his latest travail being his arrest by the London Metropolitan Police on Saturday.
Embattled Eboue, who played for the Gunners between 2005 and 2011, was spoken to by Metropolitan Police regarding an allegation of arson in Enfield.
A statement published by the Met read: 'Police investigating an alleged arson at a residential address in Enfield on Saturday, 30 June, arrested a 35-year-old man on suspicion of arson and malicious communications outside the address at around 17:00hrs on Saturday, 7 July.
'He was taken to a north London police station where he currently remains.'
Eboue has been out of professional football for two years, although he played in an Arsenal Legends game last month.

Last Christmas, Eboue admitted he had been left homeless following a divorce.
“I want God to help me," he told the Mirror. “Only he can help take these thoughts from my mind."
“I can't afford the money to continue to have any lawyer or barrister."
"I am in the house but I am scared. Because I don't know what time the police will come.
“Sometimes I shut off the lights because I don't want people to know that I am inside. I put everything behind the door."
Eboue has since been offered youth coaching jobs in Turkey and Italy.