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But let me leave you with this story.
A Grimsby Town fan has been found guilty of assaulting a football steward with an inflatable shark.
Kenneth Meech, 51, watched his club win 3-1 at Barnet in a Conference game on 21 February.
Willesden Magistrates' Court heard he assaulted Barnet steward Cgagi Gladyng as he celebrated the victory.
Meech, who was among nearly 1,000 fans who travelled to The Hive stadium, denied a charge of common assault.
Speaking to the BBC in February, Meech admitted he and other Grimsby fans had taken inflatable objects to the game "in support" of another fan Bryan Winship.
Mr Winship was ejected in an apparent headlock by a steward at Forest Green Rovers in a row over a giant inflatable football.
Meech said: "A lot of lads were saying 'come on lets get together and support Brian' by taking as many inflatables as possible to Barnet and that's what we did, because we've got a good sense of humour us Grimsby fans.
"We were jumping about amongst each other as you do, you know, celebrating as you do and before I knew it - I was shocked really - I was grabbed out by the police and taken away."