Wimbledon manager Joe Kinnear claimed that Aston Villa fans had thrown stones at him during his side’s 1-1 draw at Villa Park. The former Irish international was not intending to press any charges but this incident was the latest example of issues surrounding English Football.
From fan violence to players claiming to have cheated to win games to disrespecting the officials. That season number of players and managers had also been charged with misconduct and this incident was likely to spark off an ugly war when the two sides would meet in the premier league.
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