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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-20, 6:25 pm

Raheem Sterling: hooligan admits racially aggravated attack on Man City winger



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[size=11]Raheem Sterling is Manchester City's top goalscorer in all competitions this season

A convicted football hooligan has been jailed for a racist and "unprovoked" attack on Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling.
Karl Anderson, 29, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated common assault after Sterling was attacked outside City's training ground on Saturday.
The court heard Anderson already has 25 convictions for 37 offences, including football-related violence.
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[size=11]Karl Anderson was given a five-year football banning order earlier this year after violence at a pub before Manchester United's FA Cup home match against Sheffield United in January last year[/size]
Anderson, who kicked Sterling four times during the assault, said he "lost his temper" and was sorry for his actions.
He abused the City player using racist language, as well as telling Sterling he wanted his mother and child to die.
In a victim impact statement read out to the court, Sterling, 23, said he "did not think this kind of behaviour happened in this country in this day and age".
CCTV footage of the attack outside City's training complex was played to the court, which showed Anderson pulling up in his van alongside Sterling.
In sentencing him, magistrate Diana Webb-Hobson called it an "entirely unprovoked attack" and described Anderson's previous record as "appalling".
Anderson, of Woodward Street in Manchester, smiled as he was taken from the dock.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-12-20, 7:03 pm

Jailing him for 16 weeks is worse than useless as a deterrent or as a punishment. I am not a flog 'em or hang 'em type of person but this sort of behaviour cannot get fixed by such a light sentence especially with his record. Plus it gives a message to others that such behaviour is only seen by the authorities as worthy of a slap on the wrist Twisted Evil
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2017-12-21, 3:27 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Jailing him for 16 weeks is worse than useless as a deterrent or as a punishment. I am not a flog 'em or hang 'em type of person but this sort of behaviour cannot get fixed by such a light sentence especially with his record. Plus it gives a message to others that such behaviour is only seen by the authorities as worthy of a slap on the wrist Twisted Evil
I couldn’t agree more.  I’m quite sure the vast amount of Utd fans deplore his attack just as much as we all do. Even if he didn’t follow a sport he would find an outlet for his aggression and views.  

He’ll be out in 8 weeks but in the meantime a hope he shares a cell with ........  Put it this way somebody who disagrees with his thuggish and racist behaviour.
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Post  Red black cat1956 on 2018-01-11, 2:19 pm

Appalling failure of the CJS - he'll probably only serve a 6 weeks. Its an Insult and he'll be seen as a hero by his racist mates
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