Man City fan banned from football games for THREE YEARS for pitch invasion that saw Aston Villa keeper Olsen attacked

A MANCHESTER CITY fan has been banned for 3 years for the pitch invasion that noticed Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen attacked.

Supporters ran on to the enjoying floor on the finish of the Premier League conflict which noticed Metropolis topped champions.

A lifelong Manchester Metropolis has been banned from soccer for 3 yearsGetty

Robin Olsen was ‘attacked’ on the pitch as Metropolis had been topped champions in MaySky Sports activities

Pep Guardiola’s facet staged a dramatic comeback from 2-0 down to beat Villa in Might and pip Liverpool to the title once more.

Nevertheless, there have been ugly scenes as home fans swarmed the pitch and a few clashed with Olsen as he tried to get down the tunnel to security.

The Swede, although, tumbled to the bottom when he was surrounded by City supporters, with Steven Gerrard describing the incident as an “attack”.

Daniel Potts, 26, hurdled a security barrier then promoting hoardings and evaded stewards to be a part of the mob on the sphere.


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He was arrested by police after being caught on CCTV and stated he had merely adopted different followers.

Potts, from Tameside, pleaded responsible at Manchester Magistrates Courtroom on Thursday.

He was handed a three-year suspension from attending soccer matches.

And the lifelong Metropolis fan was additionally slapped with a £658 wonderful.


He apologised for his actions throughout police interviewing.

Adrian Hollamby for CPS North west stated: “The CPS are dedicated to taking a sturdy stance in the direction of tackling soccer associated dysfunction as we proceed to play an important function in making sports activities resembling soccer protected for the gamers and for the overwhelming majority of supporters who wish to attend and revel in sport in a protected atmosphere.

“The CPS is also currently working with the football clubs, player bodies and organisations, like the Premier League, the English Football League and the Football Association to explain what evidence is required to charge to help clubs and the leagues protect their players by ensuring we have all the evidence we need to build the strongest case possible.”

In the meantime, Manchester Metropolis have been charged with failing to make sure supporters kept away from improper conduct after the match towards Villa.

The FA has stated Metropolis should reply the cost of failing to maintain supporters in orderly conduct through the pitch invasion.


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The Etihad Stadium membership are required to reply to the cost by August 25.

An FA spokesperson stated: “It is alleged that after the final whistle of this fixture Manchester City FC failed to ensure that its spectators – and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers – conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using threatening and/or violent behaviour whilst encroaching onto the pitch.”