Goalkeeper sent off for peeing behind his goals

A goalkeeper playing in Scotland has been sent off after he was caught peeing behind the goals.

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Shettleston gloveman Garry Whyte was given a red card after 72 minutes in his side's West of Scotland Super league clash leaving his manager and teammates stunned.

Whyte pleaded with officials to let him go to the toilet but was told the match wouldn't be stopped, so he relieved himself behind the goals.

“He was ready to take his by kick and he shouted over to the linesman that he needed the toilet," Shettleston manager John Fallon Jr told the Scottish Sun.

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“We’ve got no idea why – we’re still trying to find out.

“I think he’s trying to put it under foul and abusive language.

“There’s nothing about it in the rule book so we’re all a bit confused.

“Garry was in total shock.”

Fallon Jr praised his side for holding on to win the match against Shotts Bon Accord 1-0. 

“This was with 20 minutes to go and luckily we won 1-0. The guys dug in well and we got the result," he said.

“I think all the boys are in shock. The fact we got the three points has probably meant the guys are more interested in that.”




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Published 29 January 2017 at 9:56am
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