Who is Aaron Cawley Leeds United fan who fell from upper tier of Stamford Bridge in viral video

Who is Aaron Cawley Leeds United fan who fell from upper tier of Stamford Bridge in viral video

The Leeds United fan who recently fell from the upper tier at Stamford Bridge is reportedly has been identified as the same hooligan that previously got jailed for punching an ex-England international, find out more below about Aaron Cawley

According to reports, the fan attended the game as well as previous other games, despite having a ban against him.

Who is Aaron Cawley Leeds United fan who fell from upper tier of Stamford Bridge stadium in viral video 

According to reports, the Leeds United fan is still recovering in the hospital at the moment.

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Leeds United fan falls from upper tier of Stamford Bridge

The shocking incident took place on Wednesday during an FA Cup match between Leeds United and Chelsea, which ended in a 3-2 defeat for the Whites. During the game, the supporter fell from the upper tier of Stamford Bridge, around the corner of the away end. The fan reportedly fell while celebrating a Leeds goal.

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Following his fall, medical staff and police officials quickly rushed to gather around the injured fan as the game continued. After receiving treatment from the medics, officials quickly took the individual away to the hospital while fellow supporters looked on.

Leeds United fan who punched ex-England goalie Chris Kirkland

According to reports, the fan who fell from the stands is reportedly the same man who previously punched ex-England goalie Chris Kirkland. The thug reportedly got jailed for punching goalkeeper Chris Kirkland live on TV back in 2012. The man, identified as Aaron Cawley, got a four-month prison sentence as well as a six-year football banning order due to his actions. The 33-year-old raced onto the pitch before attacking the then-Sheffield Wednesday star.

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Other similar incidents

Aaron Cawley has had a history of similar incidents regarding his behavior. The Leeds United fan rushed to the field and hugged Pontus Jansson right after the former defender equalized in a match against Norwich. Moreover, Cawley received a ban from football for three years when he was just 16 for violence. had his banning order lifted in 2016 after he successfully appealed against it. Leeds United confirmed that he is still banned from their matches following the Kirkland incident. However, despite the ban, TV cameras spotted him in a Leeds match back in 2016.

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