Preston’s British soccer player Darnell Fisher faces a serious problem during a championship match against Sheffield on Wednesday after grabbing his opponent Callum Paterson’s genitals and getting caught in the camera.
The Football Association (FA) investigates Preston Defender’s behavior after the emergence of shocking video footage. In it, Fisher is seen twice appearing to be groping for Patterson’s private parts in the corner during the 10’s 1-0 defeat at Deepdale on Wednesday.
The incident occurred later in the game and was picked up by the camera. Fisher could be seen touching Patterson’s private part twice. When the Sheffield man first appeared to draw the referee’s attention, Fisher just repeated his actions.
The governing body decides the punishment after receiving the report of the referee, David Webb. “I’ve never seen it, but everyone on social media is confident that if he does it, he’ll burn,” Sheffield manager Tony Pulis takes charge of the owl. He said he was defeated in his first game.
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— Joe Crann (@YesWeCrann) November 21, 2020
At this year’s Six Nations match, England’s rugby union international Joe Marler was banned for 10 weeks due to the low grab of Welsh captain Alun Wyn Jones.
In the Super League in August, five games were suspended because Tommy McKinson of St. Helens grabbed a private part of Liam Watts in Castleford.
Last week, Catalans Dragons forward Joel Tomkins was also banned in eight games after being convicted of “improper contact” with the backside of Leeds’ full-back Ritchie Mylar.
The incident also evoked memories of the infamous photo of Vinnie Jones squeezing Paul Gascoigne’s testicles in Newcastle and Wimbledon in 1988.
A British soccer player caught in a camera grabbing an opponent’s private parts twice may face a ban
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