Soccer player gets sent off for peeing during a game

Soccer player gets sent off for peeing during a game

Towards the latter end of the match Crocombe, 24, urinated by the side of the stands at Bradford Park Avenue's stadium.

However, confirmation quickly came from the opposition, as Bradford Park Avenue confirmed the freaky circumstances surrounding the dismissal.

It's unclear exactly what this "urinating during the game" entailed.

Even though Crocombe left the match, Salford City still won, 2-1, but he had a lot of explaining to do. "We are not joking".

"He was told by the steward twice not to do it and he went ahead and had a pee", said Park Avenue secretary Colin Barker.

A spectator made a formal complaint about the incident and he's now been grassed up to the police.

He was dismissed in the 88th minute during his side's win in the Vanarama National League North at the West Yorkshire club's Horsfall Stadium. I was in a very uncomfortable position and made an error in judgement which spoiled a great win.

A linesman caught him in the act and alerted the referee, which prompted a sending off.

Salford initially broke the news of Crocombe's red card on Twitter, although they did not at the time know why the 'keeper had been given his marching orders.

Bradford Park Avenue's official Twitter account tweeted: "RED CARD!"

Salford City is the club part-owned by former Manchester United stars Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs. Crocombe sees red for something off the ball.

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