ANGRY Oldham followers invaded the pitch DURING Saturday’s 3-0 defeat to Barrow – stopping play as they protested towards the membership’s house owners.
League Two‘s second-bottom membership had been already 3-0 down when supporters got here on, some sitting down within the centre circle.
Some Oldham followers sat down within the centre circle because the pitch invasion halted play for 3 minutesCredit score: Rex
Oldham had been already 3-0 down when followers mounted their newest protestCredit score: Rex
A bunch of Oldham followers took their marketing campaign towards the membership’s house owners to a brand new degree by invading the Boundary Park pitch in Saturday’s League Two recreationCredit score: Rex
Referee Carl Boyeson took gamers off for 3 minutes as followers upped their marketing campaign towards owner-brothers Abdallah and Mohamed Lemsagam.
Latics followers are fearful the Premier League founder members and three-time FA Cup semi-finalists are heading for administration – and probably dropping out of the Soccer League for the primary time ever
Up to now three and a half years below the Lemsagams, Oldham have seen wages paid late, threats of participant strikes and demotion to the fourth tier.
And even earlier than Saturday, supporters have intervened at matches this season to complain about their well-known membership’s plight.
Followers entered the Boundary Park pitch on the finish of a 2-1 defeat towards Colchester on August 21 – the Latics’ SEVENTH League Two loss in a row, together with final season..
And 4 days later Oldham’s Carabao Cup second-round tie with Accrington was interrupted by supporters hurling tennis balls on.
Gamers from each side had been led off throughout the pitch invasionCredit score: Rex
Latics’ supporters stress their anger is with the house owners moderately than the gamersCredit score: Rex
The Latics went on to win a penalty shootout following a goalless draw.
However there was no blissful conclusion to the match motion towards Barrow.
Former Oldham midfielder Ollie Banks drilled the guests in entrance from 22 yards on the quarter-hour mark, teed up by debutant Jordan Stevens.
Offrande Zanzala then bypassed two Latics’ defenders to fit Barrow’s second objective on 53 minutes.
And 4 minutes after that Joe Grayson’s free-kick evaded everybody on its strategy to the far nook – additional stirring up house followers’ frustration.
Supporters quickly surged onto the pitch, a couple of sitting down within the center.
Ref Boyeson promptly ordered each side off.
And as soon as play resumed Barrow noticed the sport out comfortably, leaving Barrow with simply three factors from six matches.
Barrow’s Congolese striker Offrande Zanzala baggage the second in a 3-0 winCredit score: Rex
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