Coventry City are sitting in 8th place in League Two after a bitterly disappointing 1-0 loss at home to Forest Green Rovers on Tuesday night.
A first-half goal from Keanu Marsh-Brown was enough to claim all three points for the visitors, but things turned ugly as the game entered stoppage time.
The Ricoh Arena stewards have a hell of a lot to answer for as one very angry Coventry fan was allowed to walk onto the pitch as Forest Green were trying to hold the ball in the corner, before shouting abuse at the players in blue and having to be asked to leave the pitch by captain Michael Doyle.
Fan on pitch pic.twitter.com/QbLm4SYbHz
— Joe Crossley (@JoeCrossley_) October 17, 2017
The way he was guided back to his seat as if this was a regular occurrence is just incredible. And the stewards walked over as if they didn't want anything to do with the situation. Farcical stuff.
Coventry's fall from grace has been one of the uglier in recent times, and in December last year the fans protested against the club's owners on the pitch in the 85th minute of an important televised game.
A side once considered a Premier League mainstay, they now face a tough task to get themselves out of League Two.
[H/T: Joe Crossley on Twitter]