The animal tore up Soudley's pitch Get football updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Non-League side Soudley FC have had their pitch decimated by a wild boar who stormed around the turf wreaking havoc. The huge animal laid waste to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League outfit's ground by ripping up the playing surface and disrupting Soudley's schedule. Now to combat the threat of future attacks by the local farmer's animal, League Cup sponsors Capital One have offered to cover the cost of an electrical fence to ring around the Soudley Playing Field, in Gloucestershire. In a letter to the club, Capital One said: We're testing a new site: This content is coming soon Fortunately for Soudley, their next game is away to Longford on Saturday, before they entertain FC Barometrics on November 16, although it is not known if their new anti-angry boar measures will be in place by then.
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