Supporter breached football banning order
HULL City supporter Scott Rushworth was fined £200 last month after breaching a football banning order.
Eagle-eyed police football spotters saw him at the game against Barnsley at the KC Stadium in January.
Rushworth, 22, of Dryden Street, east Hull, had been banned from football matches following previous violent behaviour.
Photographs of those who receive banning orders are taken and circula- ted to the football spotters.
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People usually receive banning orders due to football violence.
Rushworth appeared at Hull Magistrates' Court charged with brea- ching a football banning order.
As well as the £200 fine, he had to pay a £20 victims' surcharge and £85 costs.