Footballer sacked after being filmed having sex with fan in dug-out

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A semi-professional footballer has been left red-faced after being caught romping in an opposition dugout, reports The Sun.

Clitheroe striker Jay Hart was caught in the act after he was filmed by a mobile phone. He was still wearing his club t-shirt and had his tracksuit bottoms around his legs in the explicit footage. 

Hart was caught after his team slumped to a 4-1 defeat at Evo-stick Division One North rivals Mossley AFC. 

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The 24-year-old father of two from Accrington has since been sacked from the club following his outrageous behaviour.

Hart has since apologised for his behaviour, but this hasn't stopped Clitheroe chairwoman Anne Barker accusing the striker of damaging the club's reputation. 

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"Any players, while wearing a Clitheroe tracksuit, represents the club. We expect a certain level of behaviour and discipline- and that wasn't it," she told Clitheroe's official website. 

Mossley AFC had originally promoted the match as a ladies day to attract more female supporters. But Hart's acts have thrown the club into a state of disrepute. 

Hart said: "I'm full of regret. I'd had a couple of drinks. I was away from everyone and thought I was hidden."


Hart moved to Clitheroe from Northern Premier League rivals Padiham last season, and was described as 'a prolific goal scorer in the lower leagues of English football'. 

Clitheroe boss Simon Garner has also told Hart to return his club tracksuit, and he is now available on a free transfer. 

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