A group of Blackpool protesters were surprised to encounter Karl Oyston on a motorbike.
Around 150 Pool fans made the trip to the chairman’s home village in east Lancashire on Sunday to protest against his running of the club. It was the third such stunt arranged by the Tangerine Knights group.
After displaying banners outside the chairman’s local pub, the group marched along a public footpath close to his home only to be approached by Oyston, who drove to end of his driveway on two wheels.
Oyston has not spoken publicly all year and will begin a six-week ban from all football activity tomorrow, having been found guilty of misconduct by the FA after sending abusive text messages sent to a supporter.