Blackpool have been fined £50,000 by the Football Association following the pitch invasion which caused their final match of last season against Huddersfield at Bloomfield Road to be abandoned.
The Seasiders' final fixture was halted after 48 minutes when supporters poured on to the pitch in protest at the club's chairman, Karl Oyston.
After a sit-in demonstration in the centre circle that lasted more than an hour, the referee, Mick Russell, called the fixture off.
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Manchester United have taken teenage prospect Mason Holgate on trial with his club, Barnsley, expecting the defender to leave Oakwell.
Holgate, who has also been linked with Arsenal, Aston Villa, Tottenham and Everton, has the chance to impress United's coaching staff this week.
Barnsley boss Lee Johnson had earlier said the League One club were resigning themselves to losing the 18-year-old, who can play at right-back or centre-back and is reported to be valued at around £1 million.
Blackpool's preseason friendly at Lancaster was abandoned after a number of fans invaded the pitch.
In scenes reminiscent of Pool's final game of last season, social media pictures showed supporters entering the field at Lancaster's Giant Axe.
Blackpool's game with Huddersfield on May 2 was unable to be completed after protests against chairman Karl Oyston spilled over onto the Bloomfield Road pitch.
A tumultuous summer on the back of relegation to League One has done little to quell the anger...
Blackpool Supporters' Trust (BST) has tabled a £16 million bid to buy the club from owners Owen Oyston and his family.
BST has sent an open "letter of intent" to Oyston, who bought the club for £1 in 1987, urging him to sell "and thereby prevent any further damage being done to Blackpool FC, its reputation and its future prospects."
Blackpool were in the Premier League five years ago but have since been relegated to the third tier.
Fans have protested loudly at the way the club has...