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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-05-17, 3:31 pm

Hampshire Police launch assault investigation after Portsmouth fan appears to kick Sunderland's Luke O'Nien

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Hampshire Police have launched an investigation into an alleged assault on Sunderland star Luke O'Nien
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Police have confirmed that an investigation has been opened into an alleged assault on Sunderland full-back Luke O'Nien.

The 24-year-old tumbled over the barriers separating the Fratton Park pitch from spectators during the second half of the Black Cats' play-off semi-final with Portsmouth.

And he then appeared to be kicked by a member of the home support, with videos of the incident spreading like wildfire.

O'Nien's team mates - including Lee Cattermole and Grant Leadbitter - quickly leapt to his defence and exchanged some views with the Portsmouth faithful.

An increased police and stewarding operation was seen around the area where O'Nien crashed over the barrier following the incident, with some reports suggesting the supporter was ejected from the ground.
Police have now confirmed that an investigation is underway into the incident - although no arrests have been made as of yet.
Hampshire Police said on Friday: "We can confirm we are investigating an assault against a Sunderland player at the Portsmouth v Sunderland football game at Fratton Park last night (Thursday, May 16).


"No-one has been arrested at this time."
O'Nien spoke to Sky Sports about the incident after the game, and confirmed that he would not be pressing charges.
The full-back laughed off the incident, saying: "I kind of went over the boarding.
"They had a few digs at me, but that's just football.

"Yeah [the police have spoken to me]. They asked if I wanted to press charges, but that's just football.
"When the whistle goes, it's two teams going at it and two crowds going at it and that's a massive part of it.
"Yeah, there was a little bit [of contact].
"It was what it was, but he didn't hurt me or anything like that. I think he got arrested in the end, but he can have that one!"

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Post  canary-dave on 2019-05-17, 4:08 pm

Having watched the video several times it's difficult to tell if he fell over the boards or was helped on his way by the Pompy player. There was definite contact  like

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Post  gil t azell on 2019-05-17, 4:27 pm

Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2019-05-17, 4:39 pm

gil t azell wrote:Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
I said last night when watcihing - imagine going home to your wife and kids (probably) after being seen on national TV like that! That would be far worse than any punishment through the courts if I had anything to do with it! Very Happy
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2019-05-17, 4:52 pm

He should have been locked up there and then. O’Nien’s reaction was a joy to behold but if he dos’nt want to pursue the assault a disorderly behaviour charge would have done.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-05-17, 5:29 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
I said last night when watcihing - imagine going home to your wife and kids (probably) after being seen on national TV like that! That would be far worse than any punishment through the courts if I had anything to do with it! Very Happy



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Post  Sid MCFC on 2019-05-17, 8:11 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
I said last night when watcihing - imagine going home to your wife and kids (probably) after being seen on national TV like that! That would be far worse than any punishment through the courts if I had anything to do with it! Very Happy



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I really really don’t like him.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2019-05-17, 8:21 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
I said last night when watcihing - imagine going home to your wife and kids (probably) after being seen on national TV like that! That would be far worse than any punishment through the courts if I had anything to do with it! Very Happy
I would say that little woman on the right of the wedding pic will have sorted him by now!!!!!!
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2019-05-17, 8:43 pm

Nostalgic wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Not defending the bloke but I would imagine he feels a complete idiot now. Face splattered all over social network sites, probably had a good gargle & will be getting grief from all sides. I would like to think he is full of remorse and should be grateful o9 is not pressing charges.
I said last night when watcihing - imagine going home to your wife and kids (probably) after being seen on national TV like that! That would be far worse than any punishment through the courts if I had anything to do with it! Very Happy
I would say that little woman on the right of the wedding pic will have sorted him by now!!!!!!
OMG. I’ve only just plucked up the courage to look.  pale

Hope she give’s him a good hiding despite the probability she’s a blood relative. Scary.
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Post  Terracebanter on 2019-05-18, 6:11 am

Scum bag doing that. Clearly kicks him, jail him
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Post  Kipper on 2019-05-18, 7:40 am

Terracebanter wrote:Scum bag doing that. Clearly kicks him, jail him
I was in two minds about O"Nien's reaction to it in his interview. He showed a lot of maturity and rose above it but maybe he should be pressing charges. I hope the police pursue it anyway. Fans should not be able to get away with that.

I know I shouldn"t generalise but I've really begin to dislike Portsmouth fans. The level of vitriol that they showed towards our players and to the cameras was startling. The lads did really well in that atmosphere.
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