Fans have been left angry after finding out that a supporters coach was bricked at a Northern Premier League match last night.
Plenty of the South Shields faithful made the just over two hour long journey across to watch their side win 2-0 at FC United of Manchester.
They were left shocked but thankfully unhurt from the incident that took place prior to kick off and they were able to watch the game.
Graeme Brett posted a photo and wrote on a Facebook group: “I have had a message from Gavin at Stanley Travel, which he has asked me to share.
“The supporters bus was hit by stone(s)/brick(s) outside of the ground tonight.
“It was the outer window that was broken but the strengthened inside window didn’t break so there was no glass inside the coach.
“Everyone is ok and at the game.”
It was great to see Luke Daly in with the Shields fans in that second half.
Fantastic support once again from our brilliant fans tonight. Enjoy your journey home and see you on Saturday!
Picture by Rachel Hunter. pic.twitter.com/BEFLYv8ESE
— South Shields FC (@SouthShieldsFC) October 1, 2019
So far, there has been no comment from the police or both clubs on the incident.
It is the second time within a week that a bus for a football match was bricked, after Wycombe Wanderers’ team coach was broken into at Rochdale with the driver’s bag stolen.
After finding out that South Shields’ supporters coach was bricked at FC United, fans took to express their shock and hoped no one was hurt – see what was said by clicking on the next page.