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Britain's Worst Football Team Ban 'Ultras', Only Allowed Entry If Accompanied By Parent

Britain's Worst Football Team Ban 'Ultras', Only Allowed Entry If Accompanied By Parent

Fort William, widely deemed to be the worst football team in Britain, have banned local 'ultras' from home games and told them they will only be allowed in if they are accompanied by an adult.

The decision has been made by the club's chairman Peter Murphy following on from recent poor conduct from the younger section of the fanbase at Claggan Park.

Unless they come to the turnstiles with a parent/guardian, those causing the trouble will be refused entry.

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A statement from the club read: "Following unacceptable behaviour of The Ultras supporters group over a number of games this season we have taken the decision to ban this group from home games.

"They will be able to gain entry individually if accompanied by a parent."

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Fort William, who play in the Highland League, hit headlines previously after going two whole seasons (840 days in total) without tasting victory.

They are currently bottom of the league, two points behind Lossiemouth with a crazy eight games in hand.

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It remains to be seen how many of the young wannabe-hooligans turn up for Saturday's game against Nairn County this weekend.

Topics: Football News, Football, Scotland

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