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Too late to sorry? – Latest forfeit video from Woodley United and it’s a cracker

Woodley United’s off-field antics are proving as popular as their winning habit on the field with the latest ‘forfeit’ video posted by manager Michael Herbert on twitter.

Now, at FootballinBracknell we don’t condone public humiliation, but these lads left the league match with local rivals Finchampstead (who also have their own fine line in forfeits) with the scores tied 0-0 at half-time to go and see..

..I can’t even bring myself to type it..

Justin Bieber

So in our view, the forfeit is more than fitting. And let’s face it we all enjoyed the Fresh Prince’s last outing.

Fortunately for Jake Nicholls and Josh Drew, their team mates went on to win the match against their local rivals Finch 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Charlie Oakley.

The evidence..

The team sheet posted on the FA's full time website.

The team sheet posted on the FA’s full time website.

Our man Mark Pugh was at the game in question and produced a gallery you can see below, while he also caught up with Herbert after the game.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror.

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