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Stevenage fan tries to provoke Charlton steward, who then offers him out

A Stevenage fan tries to provoke a Charlton steward, who in turn then offers him out during the League One meeting on Bank Holiday Monday.

A short video has surfaced on social media showing the moment and it quickly went viral, getting over 2,000 likes in the space of just a few hours.

The tweet emerged with it captioned: “‘Wait till outside after’ @CAFCofficial collect this melt” before then deleting it. But other social media accounts put it up soon after.

It shows the fan taunting him, with the steward offering him out, before those in the stand snatches the hat off his head and laughs at him with his mates.

Have a look at the clip below…

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The game itself saw Stevenage’s chances of making it to the League One play-offs dented when they were held to a goalless draw by Charlton, marking their seventh consecutive match without a win.

Meanwhile, Lincoln and Oxford picked up wins, leaving them on 67 points each after 41 games played, and Stevenage are now three points behind the last playoff position also on 41 matches after Steve Evans’ team settled for another draw without goals.

Charlton’s 17th draw of the season helped them maintain an unbeaten streak of 10 league matches, putting them eight points above the drop zone.

Stevenage’s Steve Evans said: “I’m really pleased with the performance.

“We dominated possession for long spells of the first half without really creating. I think it’s a record amount of entries into the penalty box away from home for us.

“Good opportunities and the goalkeeper has made two fantastic saves from big Vadaine Oliver. Jamie Reid has a chance you normally expect him to score. He’s going through that little spell but the only way he is going to get a goal is what he had done today – be prepared to go back in.

“We love the kid, whether he scores them or not. We have come to the Valley, we’ve silenced the crowd and outplayed them all over the pitch.

“I dread to think what the stats are – 80 or 90 per cent possession. It probably won’t be that when they calculate it here but that’s what it felt like.

“Five matches to go, three points in it (to the play-offs). If I was three points in front I would think it was far from finished. So we are far from finished in this race for the play-offs.”

Charlton boss Nathan Jones said: “Mixed feelings. We come out with a lot of positives – another clean sheet, another point and another game unbeaten. They gave me everything.

“First half we were decent in terms of how we controlled the game and moved the ball but we need to be better, show a bit more quality and bravery. But that will come.

“It’s the first time we have played three strikers, with a 10, because we wanted to be positive at home. It’s a point. I’m not ecstatic in any way but it’s another step in the right direction.

“We had a gameplan and did it for long periods of the game – but not enough.

“We kind of ran out of a few ideas late on. It’s probably a fair result.”

Charlton: Isted; Edmonds-Green, Hector, Thomas; T.Watson (Ness 73), Coventry, Dobson (c), Small; May (Bakinson 69); Kanu, Ladapo (Aneke 62)

Subs (not used): Maynard-Brewer, Edun, Campbell, LuaLua

Booked: T.Watson 43 (foul on Butler)

Stevenage: Ashby-Hammond; James-Wildin, Vancooten, Piergianni (c), Butler; MacDonald, Burns (Freeman 46), B.Thompson (Oliver 46), Guinness-Walker (L.Thompson 46); Roberts (Hemmings 76), Reid (White 72)

Subs (not used): MacGillivray, N.Thompson

Booked:: Thompson 22 (foul on Kanu), White 88 (foul on Ness)

Attendance: 14,251 (1,043 away)

Referee: Scott Oldham

Twitter users gave their reaction as a Stevenage fan tries to provoke a Charlton steward, who then offers him out…

Bully a single steward as part of a crowd
Steward offers him it outside
Grasses to his employer instead of meeting him outside

@Trev_GFC: Lad should’ve lamped ya. I bet you didn’t feel as big trying it with some of the other stewards there.

@Endeavour7179: Standing getting abused at work and you all start crying when he retaliates.

@DeclanMUFC21: You are just a nob aren’t you really

@Tgarratt10: Provoke him then record him tryna get him sacked crying to the club on twitter u big grass 🤦🏻‍♂️

@B1ackGoatsEgg: *post has been deleted* figures.

@robomara1: Ye provoke him then cry when he reacts asif 🤣

@smithy2316: Tbf his been proper mugged off there 😂🤦‍♂️

@wfcchaz: No words could’ve hurt more than that hat grab

@cafc_daniel: Where do we get our stewards from 😭😭

@REDANDWHlTEARMY: This is fucking hillarious hahahahaha

@corkisaac3: Wtf acc happend today 😂

@mfcbish: I’d never show my face in an SE postcode ever again 😂😂😂😂

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