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However Amanda Jacks from the Football Supporters’ Federation insists he didn’t get away scott free by commenting “Before a court issues a Football Banning Order they have to be satisfied that doing so will help to prevent football related violence or disorder.
In this case, while Mr Dunn’s actions are not to be condoned or encouraged it would seem that the Judge understood there were no malicious or violent intentions, hence not granting the application.
There may well be a perception that Mr Dunn has ‘got away’ with his actions, but this isn’t the case. He now has a criminal record and may suffer personal or professional implications because of that.”
Mr Dunn may also face a club banning order preventing from him from attending future West Ham home games.
A club spokesman said “We can’t comment on any individual cases but anyone who encroaches on the pitch puts themselves at risk of being banned from attending future matches”