Hull City fan gets 3-year ban for setting of flare

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A Hull City fan has been banned from football matches after setting off a flare inside a stadium and being picked up by its extensive CCTV system, a news report in the local media has revealed.

Following the incident and the official ban, it’s a crime for him to attend any match for three years. Furthermore, he is also not allowed to go within one and a half miles of the KC Stadium four hours before kick-off and two hours afterwards.

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