Police investigate alleged assault on referee during non-league football match

Police are investigating after a referee was knocked unconscious at a non-league football game.
Sky Sports News understands the alleged incident occurred in AFC Sutton Common Rovers on Saturday and a game between Sporting 50.
The game official was treated by paramedics at the venue and also his injuries are non life-threatening. The two clubs have condemned the episode.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police told Sky Sports News:Police are investigating reports that a man in his 40s was attacked while refereeing a soccer match at a sports ground at Surbiton.
Officers were called to the venue in Kingston Road, Tolworth, at 15.16hrs on Saturday, 23 November.
London Ambulance Service handled the guy in the scene. His injuries are non life-threatening.
The suspects had left the floor by the time of their officers arrival. There are no arrests at this time and historians persist.

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