A football coach beaten up by a dad on the touchline during an under-nine's game has drafted in a 'behaviour manager' to clamp down on violence at games.
Mr Collins was left covered in blood after being repeatedly punched by Martin Ogazi during the friendly game in Bexleyheath in south east London.
The match between Danson Sports FC and Eversley United suddenly turned ugly when Ogazi shouted: "Give him more of that" moments after his son fouled another player.
When Stewart Collins asked Martin Ogazi to tone down his language, he was hit in the face and left with a black eye.
Speaking to ITV News, Stewart said:
Martin Ogazi from Thamesmead in south London was convicted of assault, and given a suspended jail sentence.