Man banned from football matches after invading Hartlepool United pitch


The magistrates imposed a restraining order on Daniel Peter Allan, 23, to “prevent violence and disorder at football matches”.

Allan, who was ordered to pay £ 199 in fines and courts in the previous hearing, did not return to Teesside Magistrates’ Court this week to learn more about the ban.

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The Hartlepool case was recently dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court in Middlesbrough. Photo by FRANK REID.

Additional restrictions have also been placed on his movements when Hartlepool United play.

The court banned him from entering a designated area around the club grounds for four hours before kick-off and six hours after full time.

The exclusion zone covers Marina Way, Stockton Street, Park Road, York Road, Raby Road, Middleton Road and Maritime Avenue.

He is also not allowed to visit the venues where Hartlepool United play away during the same period on match days as for home games.

Allan, of Gresty Road, Crewe, whose former address was in Hartlepool, was granted certain exemptions to allow him to work.

Bee, 36, of Ellary Walk, Hartlepool, was fined £ 266 and a victim fine surcharge of £ 34 and costs £ 85 after admitting a similar charge of entering the playground .

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