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Pitch invasion fans are cautioned

Pitch invasion
Mark Warman and Daniel Warman were restrained on the pitch

Two Norwich football fans have received police cautions after they ran on to the Carrow Road pitch in protest at the team's 7-1 defeat on Saturday.

Mark Warman, 43, and Daniel Warman, 18, ran on to the pitch during the League One encounter against Colchester.

The two men appeared to throw season tickets at Canaries manager Bryan Gunn.

Police initially said the men were charged with "pitch encroachment" but the force later confirmed they had each accepted a caution.



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