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Everton fan handed four-year ban for throwing bottle at Aston Villa defender Matty Cash

A 19-year-old Everton fan has been handed a four-year football banning order after admitting to assaulting Aston Villa's Matty Cash with a plastic bottle thrown from his seat. Roger Tweedle has also been given an eight-week suspended jail sentence and 100 hours community service after he hurled a bottle of Lucozade towards Villa players as they celebrated a goal near the end of the first half of the Premier League match at Goodison Park on January 22.
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Everton fan admits throwing plastic bottle at Aston Villa’s Matty Cash

An Everton fan has admitted assaulting Aston Villa footballer Matty Cash with a plastic bottle thrown from his seat.Roger Tweedle, 19, hurled a bottle of Lucozade towards Villa players as they celebrated a goal near the end of the first half of the Premier League match on January 22.It struck Villa defender Matty Cash in the face and the defendant was seen to raise his arms aloft in the Lower Gwladys Street end in his own celebration.On Monday, Tweedle, of Cranehurst Road, pleaded guilty at Sefton Magistrates’ Court to throwing a bottle at or towards the playing area.He also admitted...
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Matty Cash: Aston Villa defender booked after removing shirt to reveal support of family in Ukraine

Aston Villa defender Matty Cash was shown a yellow card on Saturday for taking off his shirt as he displayed a message in support of his Poland international teammate caught up in the Russian invasion of Ukraine.Tomasz Kedziora plays for Dynamo Kyiv and is thought to be still in the city with his family as the Russian army descends on the capital.On Saturday morning, the Polish national team released a statement announcing they would boycott their World Cup qualifying play-off semi-final with Russia next month, and it also included a message of support for Kedziora.After scoring a well-taken goal for...
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Matty Cash sends message to Ukraine-based team-mate after scoring in Villa win

Matty Cash sent a message of support to a Poland team-mate stranded in Ukraine after scoring the opening goal in Aston Villa’s 2-0 win at Brighton.The Villa full-back broke the deadlock with a fine early finish before taking off his shirt to reveal a “stay strong” message to Dynamo Kiev defender Tomasz Kedziora, receiving a caution in the process.Ollie Watkins then scored his first goal since December in the 68th minute to wrap up Villa’s victory.Both sides went into this contest languishing well down the Premier League form table but it was the visitors who improved on a record of...
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Aston Villa's Matty Cash shown yellow card after removing shirt to display 'stay strong Kedziora' message for team-mate stuck in Ukraine

The right-back's Poland colleague plays in Kyiv, the nation's capital which is currently under invasion from Russian troops. Aston Villa's Matty Cash was given a yellow card after unveiling a message in support of Poland team-mate Tomasz Kedziora during his side's clash with Brighton on Saturday. Cash opened the scoring...
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Lucas Digne and Matty Cash struck by missile thrown by Everton fans - man charged by Merseyside Police

A man has been charged by Merseyside Police after Lucas Digne and Matty Cash were both struck by a bottle as they celebrated Aston Villa's opener at Everton. Roger Tweedle, 19, of Walton, has been charged with assault and throwing an item onto the pitch. He was released on conditional bail to appear at South Sefton Magistrates' Court on February 28.
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Police arrest fan after Aston Villa’s Matty Cash and Lucas Digne hit by bottle thrown from Everton crowd

Everton have confirmed that police arrested a fan at Goodison Park after Aston Villa players Matty Cash and Lucas Digne were hit by a bottle as they celebrated a goal in front of the home supporters on Saturday. After Emi Buendia glanced in Digne’s cross to give Aston Villa the lead shortly before half-time, the visiting players celebrated in the corner in front of the Everton fans.Several plastic drinks bottles were thrown at the Aston Villa players from the stands as they celebrated the goal. The majority of those bottles missed the Villa players, but Cash and Digne went down...
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