Publication Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 11:06 am
Police have referred to as witnesses for an alleged incident involving Fleetwood's boss, Joey Barton, and his Barnsley counterpart, Daniel Stendel, in order that they may manifest themselves.
A police assertion from South Yorkshire stated: "Police investigating stories of assault on the Barnsley Soccer Membership on Saturday, April 13 name witnesses whereas the investigation continues.
"The incident occurred within the tunnel round 5 pm, after the match between Barnsley and Fleetwood City, leaving a wounded man within the face.
"To this point, no arrests have been made in reference to the incident."
The officers are notably eager about anybody who might have seize a showdown between the lads after the Yorkshire League League's Four-2 win over the digicam.
The assertion goes on: "Had been you on the Saturday match with a view of the tunnel or within the neighborhood? Have you ever seen what occurred?
"Officers particularly wish to speak to anybody who has filmed the incident in entrance of a digicam or can document a recording on a mobile phone instantly earlier than or after the occasion.
"In the event you suppose you possibly can assist, name 101, mentioning Incident Quantity 326, April 13, 2019."
Barnsley striker, Cauley Woodrow, tweeted that Barton confronted Stendel on the finish of the match, which resulted in a Four-2 win for the house workforce .
Woodrow, who scored within the win, stated Stendel had "blood spilled on his face."
The tweet was rapidly deleted.
Neither membership performed after the match after the match.