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A football fan was banned for life by Preston North End for making comments online about the Queen and people have been left stunned by the decision.
The man’s lifetime ban was shared on Twitter by a user with the name Faircop. In a tweet, they explained that a fan had been banned for comments made on Twitter about the Queen and the Royal Family, following the death of the monarch at the age of 96.
Also attached to the tweet was a copy of the letter allegedly sent to the fan by Preston North End. In the letter, the club explained: “As a result of your comments Preston North End do not want to be associated with you, therefore you are receiving a life ban.
“Your season ticket and club account have been blocked from use.”
The letter informed the anonymous fan they were banned from attending any matches, home or away, and banned from entering the shop and ticket office.
\u201cLooking forward to helping this individual challenge this life ban, finding out what terms and conditions he\u2019s broken and why the police have been \u201cadvised accordingly\u201d given there is no suggestion a criminal offence has been committed and a stadium ban is a civil matter.\u201d