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Barnsley Fan Given Three-Year Ban

Friday February 22 2013



A MAN has received a three-year football banning order.

After being found guilty of a public order offence, Dean Clark received the banning order after being arrested on Saturday December 15, 2012 at Jumble Crossing in Barnsley.

The offence occurred after the Barnsley vs Sheffield Wednesday match.

The officer in the case, PC Paul Davies, said: “This is a good result and there are several more arrests to be made in relation to offences committed by fans during and after this football game.”

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Reply Posted by MICK on Saturday February 23 2013 at 11:40
Pity the pigs just targeted Barnsley fans . But turned a blind eye to the Wendy fans. i'm sure the cops brought in as backup are all from Sheffield.

Reply Posted by jeff on Tuesday February 26 2013 at 22:15
I mo sumdy that ad a 3 yr ban fo so called racist comments and the interviewing officer was asian.but the asian away fans got away calling us white scum???

Reply Posted by Jack on Wednesday February 27 2013 at 00:17
When i comes to racist behaviour white people have no rights whatsoever. my son was banned for singing a song about Pakistanis. Fair enough. if you cannot say things about other races, fine, but.... Then when i went to cardiff, me and a lot of others were called all sorts of vile names about being English. Then when i pointed this out to a policeman, he shrugged and smiled as though i was joking. Like i say, the race card can only be played by 'coloured people'. We are expected to treat it as name calling, and recite the ditty "sticks & stones".

Reply Posted by Grim reaper on Wednesday February 27 2013 at 15:19
All of you above should be ashamed. You call people of different ethnic backgrounds names, you try to make out the police are corrupt.
Just listen to your own comments. It is supposed to be about football and the watching of it. It is not about getting drunk, being racist or violent. All of you should be banned if you are the level to be expected from fans today. Scummy behaviour. Absolutely disgusting.

Reply Posted by jack on Wednesday February 27 2013 at 19:52
No you should be ashamed. We live in a country where we can say anything we want so long as we dont break the law. I dont go calling anyone names because they are a different race, But when we white british are called names it doesnt matter because of idiots like you that wants to be politically correct, and only ever have a opinion against white british people. You and people like you with your stupid anti white views are ruining this once great country. Go to their countries and see how much they will speak up for you. If its wrong and illegal to call names then its wrong and illegal to call us names too, but you would not have the intelligence to register that one. On the police issue, it has been proven that they suffer from corruption. Right at the top levels they have had to resign over corrupt behaviour. Wake up and take a real look at this country. On football, i dont go to any matches for any trouble but the police often label you. ring any bells? You have already labelled me racist, violent, scum and a drunk. You are the idiot. you are the one that cannot see. you are the one that cannot hear. Go to your capital London and see whether coloured people are racist to us or not.
If you want a rant about racism, dont forget that there is a white race too. Remember them? they are easy to see.. they are the ones that cannot express an opinion in there own country, they are the ones that cannot complain about racist comments towards them, they are the ones being attacked by idiots like you.

Reply Posted by Neddy on Tuesday July 2 2013 at 15:30
I don't think the issue itself was race related. Wasn't the arrest by the crossing the guy who punched the horse in the face? I presume so because there was a copper with EG on his back filming him as he did it then the police grabbed him as he headed towards the train crossing bit.