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Wheeliebin Aggro At Sheffield FA Cup Tie

Wheeliebin Aggro At Sheffield FA Cup Tie

Forget the fans of Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday when it comes to a show Sheffield FC`s home end knows how to put the rubbish out.

Last night the world`s oldest club Sheffield FC played Woodley Sports in the FA Cup first preliminary round. With pulses racing The Steelmen take the lead, through and here is the Macc connection, Christian Dennis.

The hosts equalise and then miss a penalty when the lad who is felled is also sent off for some choice terminology. Sheffield then miss the penalty but score what ends up being the winner late in the game. But that was after a large amount of injury time due to one of the funniest pieces aggro ever witnessed at a game.

Initially starting as a melee between the dugouts, one of the Woodley Sports subs is sent off. He then walks along the pitch exchanging pleasantries as he makes for the changing rooms behind the goal. There is then an exchange between the player and a pensioner, who proceeds to make the lad wear the wheelie bin.

That`s right he literally lifted the lid put it on his head and watched the lad waddle about waste pouring onto the pitch as he struggled to get it off.

Keep the Premiership the FA Cup has still got its magic moments - this one would have been cheap at double the price.



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Writer:Maccs Max
Date:Wednesday September 15 2010
Time: 8:11AM

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Does anyone have a video of this incident? Sounds like a You Tube classic!!
Bobby Norman
16/09/2010 17:37:00
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