NEWCASTLE fan Keith Steinmetz has been given a three-year stadium ban after ‘shaking his penis’ at Tottenham supporters during their clash last season.The youth football coach dropped his pants and flashed Spurs fans for five to ten seconds during the Wembley encounter between the two sides on May 9.2 Newcastle supporter Keith Steinmetz has been banned from attending football games for three yearsCredit: PA:Empics SportSteinmetz, 58, has also been given a six-month community order and fined £600 for his actions in London.The grandad had reacted to goading from Spurs fans, as well as verbal abuse, but his retaliation quickly backfired.He subsequently pleaded guilty at North Tyneside Magistrates’ Court in June to one count of exposure and a public order offence.But according to Chronicle Live, the case was adjourned until this week after the prosecution applied for a banning order on Steinmetz attending football games.2 Harry Kane netted the only goal of the game when the two sides faced each other in MayCredit: REUTERSProsecutor Brian Payne told the court: “This case involves the deliberate exposure of the defendant’s penis at the opposing fans at Wembley Stadium. He’s a Newcastle fan.“He was fairly rapidly detained and subsequently interviewed. He was asked how much he had to drink and he said he’d drank between six and seven pints between 4pm and 9pm.”Steinmetz – a Magpies season ticket holder – was reported to the FA following the incident, but solicitor Jonathan Stirland told the court he had reacted badly in a “moment of sheer stupidity”.He said: “He’s gutted, disappointed, angry and embarrassed with himself.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bash”He’s not someone who is a risk of violence in the future. This is a one-off in relation to disorder.“He will be a church mouse when he goes to matches in the future. He will ensure he won’t drink at all and ignore any goading.”Newcastle fans protest Mike Ashley outside Sports Direct
Honorable Mention: Blake Childress, Central Arkansas; Justin Church, Southeastern Louisiana; Justin Owens, Stephen F. Austin; Anthony Beard, Lamar. Honorable Mention: Caleb Berry, Lamar; Gus Johnson, Stephen F. Austin; Devonte Scott, Southeastern Louisiana. Honorable Mention: Ed Eagan, Northwestern State; Juan Carranco, Lamar; Ryan Adams, Southeastern Louisiana. Defensive Player of the Week: P.J. Hall, Sam Houston StateHall continued to make a statement for the Jerry Rice Award as FCS top freshman with two sacks, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a vital blocked field goal in Sam Houston State’s 38-31 win over Central Arkansas to give the Bearkats their third conference title in four years. The freshman from Seguin, Texas (Seguin H.S.), had four total tackles in the contest. FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State senior running back Keshawn Hill was named the Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Monday. Sam Houston freshman defensive end P.J. Hall earned defensive player of the week award while Stephen F. Austin senior kicker Jordan Wiggs was named the special teams player of the week. Special Teams Player of the Week: Jordan Wiggs, Stephen F. AustinWiggs closed out his Stephen F. Austin career with a season-long 41-yard field goal as time expired to give Stephen F. Austin a 27-24 win over Northwestern State and give the Lumberjacks an at-large bid to the FCS playoffs. The senior from Grand Prairie, Texas (South Grand Prairie H.S.), also connected on a 20-yard kick earlier in the game and went a perfect 3-for-3 in PATs against the Demons. Offensive Player of the Week: Keshawn Hill, Sam Houston StateHill posted the seventh-highest single game rushing total in Sam Houston State history to help lead the Bearkats to their third Southland Conference title in four years. The senior from Klein, Texas (Klein H.S.) rushed for 242 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries in the Bearkats’ 38-31 win over Central Arkansas. Hill scored on runs of 13 and 15 yards and set up another touchdown with a 61-yard run, his sixth 50+ yard run of the season. Hill now ranks second in school history in career touchdowns (40), third in rushing touchdown (34) and fourth in scoring (240 points). Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors.
Fabian Schar suffered a sickening head collision injury on international duty for Switzerland, but was amazingly allowed to carry on playing.Despite getting knocked clean out, the Newcastle United defender was able to play on during the Euro 2020 qualifier in Georgia. Schar was out cold before he even hit the floor on Saturday after smacking heads with Jemal Tabidze.The 27-year-old’s legs buckled underneath him as he sank to the turf, with concerned teammates and medics racing to his aid to put him in the recovery position.Schar lay motionless with his arms wide out, leading to players from both sides rushing to his aid to check he had not swallowed his tongue.They rolled the centre-back into the recovery position by the time team medics had rushed out onto the pitch in Tblisi. Sky Sports 3 3 The Georgia defender required bandages for a cut above the eye The defender jumped to challenge Tabidze and was left on the deck 3 Fabian Schar was left sparked out cold on Saturday After a worrying four minutes, Schar thankfully rose to his feet and was able to play on.Tabidze was left bloodied and bruised after the collision, with the physios bandaging the Georgian up before he too was able to continue.Despite both men appearing to be fine, the blatant ignoring of the concussion protocols by Premier League ref Craig Pawson letting Schar carry on was worrying.