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Yates banded from the Pool

Neil Yates the lineman's who made comments about the Seasiders after officiating in the home victory against Doncaster has been banned from all games involving the Seasiders.

Yates who is from Blackburn made the comments on a Burnley message board after the match. He commented about the game and described the Seasiders as the ‘donkey lashers'

Yates will now not be allowed to be involved in any games at Bloomfield Road or any game which involves the Seasiders. He was given an official warning and any further offences may result in him being stripped of his rights to officiate in the league. Yates is said to of written an apology to the club.

It does make you wonder sometimes why we do it. However, last night, as on any other tough game, I consoled my self with the fact that they had taken a day off work, spent six hours oncongested motorways, eaten less than edible pies for tea, sat on a freezing cold, open stand for two hours, paid up to twenty quid for the privelege, seen their team perform abysmally, and get beaten by a team of donkey-lashers. And to cap it all they wouldn't get home for closing time.

Click here to read two of Yates posts.




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Writer: Campbell_BFC  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 2 2006

Time: 7:42PM

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How amazing. What a fool commenting on a message board as himself. Should get banned for that act of stupidity itself!
greyhound
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02/03/2006 20:17:00

Yeah he's been a lucky boy reallly,
j_campbell
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03/03/2006 10:52:00

God bless a dingle. - Obviously not with a brain. Onwards + Upwards
SeasideEssexXile
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11/12/2006 10:14:00

 

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