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A 21 year-old Liverpool man has been given a three year football banning order after being found guilty of a public order offence ahead of the Liverpool v Everton fixture on 2nd December last year.
Everton fan John O’Brien, of St Domingo Road, Liverpool, was heard shouting offensive comments prior to the derby game.
He was arrested for a s5 public order offence and after a trial at Sefton CJC yesterday, Wednesday 18th September, he was found guilty and given a three year football banning order. He was also fined £850.