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A children's soccer coach has copped a five-year as he faces charges over allegedly being part of the pitch invasion that left a goalie seriously injured after an attack by fans at an A-League game last year.
Enver Malkic stands accused of being one of the fans who stormed the field in last December's Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne City clash, which left City goalie Tom Glover concussed and needing stitches in his face after being smashed with a metal bin.
Football Australia has banned Malkic from attending any A-League games for five years as he faces charges of disrupting a match, public nuisance and enter a sporting competition space, according to the Herald Sun.
Melbourne City goalie Tom Glover was left concussed and needing stitches to the face after having a metal bin slammed into his head on December 17 last year
Football Australia has handed a children's football coach a five-year ban from A-League games and he is facing charges for allegedly being part of the wild pitch invasion
Malkic has remained in his position as president of the