Wolves confirm no action against 'hero' ballboy who seized ball from Hull staff

05 April 2018 09:21
The 16-year-old was ordered to leave the Molineux pitch after an altercation with Hull staff but club say he has not been sackedThe Championship leaders Wolves have confirmed they will be taking no action against a ballboy who became a fan favourite after taking extreme action to retrieve the ball from the opposition during Tuesday’ night’s match with Hull City.Towards the end of the 2-2 draw with Hull City, 16-year-old Tom Aitchison objected to the way that Hull’s staff and manager Nigel Adkins were taking their time to get the ball back into play, and so rushed up and seized the ball from them. In the process he appeared to give someone a shove, and made a hand gesture.Absolutely world class from the Wolves Ballboy last night! #WWFC pic.twitter.com/3P4rXWa3zdTo confirm, there have been no staff dismissals following last night’s game. Specifically, all ball crew were invited to report for duty for our next home game, and as is customary, all crew were reminded pre and post game of their role and responsibilities #togetherwearestrongerDisgusted by the ball boy giving the Hull bench the finger.When are we going to teach our kids to flick the V's in time honoured British fashion? Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian