Goalie sent off in FA Cup qualifier for peeing in hedge during match


A GOALIE was proven a crimson card for peeing during an FA Cup match.

Determined Connor Maseko nipped off to spend a penny when the ball went out for a purpose kick.

Goalie Connor Maseko was shown a red card for peeing during an FA Cup match

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Goalie Connor Maseko was proven a crimson card for peeing during an FA Cup matchCredit score: LES CHASE

Regardless of preserving his modesty by going inside a hedge, the No1 was sent off after rival gamers alerted the ref.

The incident got here in the 76th minute of a 0-0 first qualifying spherical draw between Connor’s staff, Blackfield & Langley, and Shepton Mallet.

His co-manager Conor McCarthy was “gobsmacked” by Saturday’s dismissal.

He stated: “Typically when it’s important to go it’s important to go.”

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The Hampshire-based Wessex League membership’s Twitter account joked forward of the replay: “See you Tuesday night (hopefully get loads of rest room breaks en route).”

Shepton Mallet, from Somerset, quipped: “After an uncommon crimson card in the primary tie, we’re trying for a match sponsor. Plumbers or portaloo companies, take benefit!”

It’s believed to be the primary crimson card for weeing in the FA Cup’s 150 years.

Connor could now search a transfer to Bathroom-ton City.

Connor said: 'Sometimes when you have to go you have to go'

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Connor stated: ‘Typically when it’s important to go it’s important to go’Credit score: LES CHASE
The red card is believed to be the first for weeing in the FA Cup’s 150 years

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The crimson card is believed to be the primary for weeing in the FA Cup’s 150 yearsCredit score: Getty

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