Bees to probe Connolly incident

Brentford will investigate an altercation between Crawley defender Paul Connolly and a Bees fan during Tuesday's clash at Griffin Park.

Last Updated: 10/04/14 at 09:21

More of the games that matter

2 years free Sky Broadband Unlimited for Sky Sports customers

Connolly appeared to raise his arm towards a supporter after the ball was thrown at him from the stands as he went to retrieve it.

Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin says the club will assist in any potential Football Association or Football League probe into the incident, which overshadowed the Bees' 1-0 win.

Devlin told Sky Sports News: "We know the spectator involved so we will be talking to him.

"It is very early and there is not a lot else I can say. We will deal with the relevant authorities and we will take part in their investigation."

Connolly, 30, tried to play down the clash by writing on Twitter: "A total blown up incident at the game last night ! Handbags! We move on."

More of the games that matter

2 years free Sky Broadband Unlimited for Sky Sports customers

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

N

ever ceases to amaze me when ex players come out with comments like that. Clearly they have zero interest in the best interests of a club that provided them with a living to be making such idiotic and boorish comments as that. Shame on you Jimmy Case.

redman_inc1
Rodgers defends Balotelli

A

nd let me remind you, the first year City won the Premier League with Augero as their top goalscorer as well as scorer of the decisive goal on the last day of the season, he was pipped to the PFA Young Player Of The Year by.... Kyle Walker.

BlackSpider
Sergio Aguero: The Underrated Genius

W

ait, so now he can get injured when he's not on international duty? It's almost as if his previous injury could've happened at any time and being with the England squad had nothing to do with it.

sailingmagpie
New injury blow for Sturridge

Footer 365

Brendan Rodgers defends Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli

Brendan Rodgers has defended Mario Balotelli, saying: "He would have scored if Steven Caulker had not put it in."

Premier League: Late drama as Liverpool edge five-goal contest at QPR

Liverpool left Loftus Road with all three points following a remarkable finish to a meeting with QPR which ended 3-2.

Manchester United: Louis van Gaal has admitted he was 'stupid'

Louis van Gaal has admitted he was "stupid" to ask to be judged after three months at Manchester United.

Mail Box

Let's Face It, Liverpool Were Utter Dross

It's a reactive Monday morning Mailbox. Liverpool fans are getting pretty sodding worried, whilst we have the latest on the Southampton CRISIS. Plus, well done Michael Oliver...

Quick, What's Happening At Palace?

It looks like we might need to give a bit more coverage to Crystal Palace after one reader compiled the number of mentions for each club on F365. Plus, more complaining...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property