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Salford City goalkeeper Max Crocombe sent off for urinating during match

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Salford City goalkeeper Max Crocombe receives a straight red card for urinating during Saturday's National League North game against Bradford Park Avenue.

Salford City goalkeeper Max Crocombe was sent off for urinating during the latter stages of his team's National League North game against Bradford Park Avenue on Saturday afternoon.

Crocombe, 24, was shown a straight red card in the 87th minute of the non-league fixture, which ended 2-1 to Salford.

Park Avenue secretary Colin Barker was quoted as saying by BBC Sport: "He was told by the steward twice not to do it and he went ahead and had a pee. He went to the side of the stand as I understand it.

"I didn't actually see it, but the referee definitely sent him off for it because he was alerted to it by his linesman."

New Zealander Crocombe, who has previously represented Oxford United, joined Salford in May.

The club is currently owned by businessman Peter Lim and former Manchester United players Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt.

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