Fan banned after trouble at Shrewbsury Town's FA Cup clash

By Lucy Todman | Shrewsbury | Crime | Published:

A fourth man has been banned from attending any football matches for three years for his involvement in disorder at the FA Cup tie between Shrewsbury Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Liam Haynes, 23, of York Road in Shrewsbury was given the three year football banning order on Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to two public order offences.

The offences happened after the Shrewsbury v Wolves match on January 26.

He was also fined £253, told to pay £135 costs and ordered to pay a £30 victim surcharge.

Three football banning orders have previously been issued to other individuals involved.

A Football Banning Order is a civil order, often imposed following a conviction for a football related offence.

They are designed to prevent hooliganism in football, and act as a deterrent for avid football fans against becoming involved in any acts of disorder.

Lucy Todman

By Lucy Todman

Senior reporter for the Shropshire Star and Shrewsbury Chronicle based in Shrewsbury.


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