Aston Villa: Steve Bruce calls for FA to use common sense after pitch invasion
Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce hopes the FA will use 'common sense' when deciding whether or not to take action after Villa fans invaded the Madejski Stadium pitch on Tuesday night.
A number of the 4,030 strong Villa faithful made their way onto the pitch after Jordan Ayew's 90th minute winning penalty.
The goal marked the end of a 437-day wait for an away win and Bruce believes that the football authorities show some common sense and understand the situation.
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