Clyde Richardson was watching his 14-year-old son Tyler play when he allegedly 'smashed' his chest against the official who had abandoned the game.
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A source told The Sun: 'When the ref called it off things kicked off. Clyde started smashing his chest against the ref's and parents had to drag him off. It's not the sort of thing boys of 13 and 14 should see.'
It was also claimed that Mr Richardson had threatened the referee after an offside call against Tyler's Long Lane Tigers. He reportedly said he would 'put him on his a***.'
Statements on the incident, which allegedly took place on October 23, have been sent to Bexley A League in Greenwich, South East London, to investigate. It could then be reported to the FA.
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