AN Asian pledge footballer has been sent to jail for subjecting a arbitrate to a 20-minute extremist diatribe as he was being sent off.
Wasar Ahmed, 23, told Ian Fraser: “I’m going to mangle each white bone in your white face”.
As other players and spectators looked on in shock, Ahmed raged: “I’m going to bake your white residence down and kill your mother and kids – we know where we live. I’m going to come and find your house.”
The Muslim actor was arrested when a referee, who has 30 years’ knowledge in officiating during matches, went to a police.
Mr Fraser, 48, told officers he had “never famous anything like it before” and feared serve violence.
At Burnley Crown Court, jobless Ahmed, from Burnley, certified racially aggravated nuisance and was jailed for 8 weeks after a decider pronounced referees were entitled to insurance from badly behaved footballers.
Mr Fraser, a sales manager and father of dual from Barrowford, Lancashire, pronounced a judgment should act as a deterrent.
“I only can’t trust he would go to such lengths, all over a diversion of football. Referees should be reputable though if people see a Premiership players irreverence during referees afterwards it cascades down to matches during pledge turn like ours.”
The occurrence occurred in Dec when Mr Fraser was officiating during a compare between Daneshouse FC and Prairie Utd..
Daneshouse striker Ahmed launched a foul-mouthed diatribe during a arbitrate as he doubtful a preference over a throw-in.
He was given a red label though continued to play abuse from a sidelines when he was escorted off a pitch.
It was after suggested he was in crack of a 32-week dangling jail tenure for assault.
East Lancashire Football League authority Ken Inkle pronounced Daneshouse had cold from a league, “which was substantially for a best”.