I know that the question has been asked on a previous thread for the club to comment about this matter. I understand that the club don't want to comment on individual cases but I think the very least that they could do is publicly apologise to the banned fan. Names don't need to be mentioned.
This fan has wrongly been accused of assault and through consulting the Football Federaton, Football League and the Football ombudsmen as been found not guilty. He has had his name slandered at his place of work and been a Season ticket holder for over 25 years and this has been totally unfair in the way he has been treated.
I feel the very least the club owe him is a PUBLIC apology!