Bitter Norwich City fan claims Aston Villa fan Prince George, six, should’ve been ejected for wearing away colours in home end

Bitter Norwich City fan claims Aston Villa fan Prince George, six, should’ve been ejected for wearing away colours in home end

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PRINCE George should have been thrown out of a football ground for wearing away colours in the home end, a fan claims.

Aston Villa follower George, six, celebrated each of his team’s goals in their 5-1 demolition of Norwich City at Carrow Road on Saturday.

A bitter Norwich City fan has said that Aston Villa follower Prince George should’ve been ejected for sporting his away colours in the home end
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In his Villa pyjama top, the prince sat with dad William — also a fan of the Birmingham club — mum Kate and sister Charlotte, four, in the Jarrold Stand where signs warn that away fans “will be ejected”.

One supporter of the Norfolk club moaned the royals should have been in the directors’ box for the Premier League game.

Still bitter about his side’s thumping loss, the Canaries fan said George and the family should have been booted out of their seats.


He told told a local paper: “The royal prince was very lucky that my seat was approximately 30 rows below his and not nearer.

With Prince George apparently jumping for joy at every Villa goal, I would have found it extremely difficult not to approach a club steward and politely ask, ‘Would it be possible to have these away supporters very quietly removed?’.”

The adorable six-year-old couldn’t hold back his excitement as he watched his team
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Prince William was seen giving Aston Villa fan George some fatherly advice as they watched the match in Norwich City’s side


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