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Preston North End fan slams club over lifetime ban for tweets about Queen's death

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Preston North End fan has lashed out at the club his family have supported for generations after they handed him a lifetime ban over tweets he sent regarding the Queen and Royal Family on his personal account.The now-former season ticket holder fan was been told in no uncertain terms that the views 'crossed the boundary of acceptability' despite them insisting that they recognise an 'individual’s right to free speech and personal opinions'.The country has been placed in a state of mourning following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96 - but the supporter doesn't see why his tweets are of any connection to the football club. READ MORE: Rugby league player banned as she calls Queen 'dumb dog' and says death was 'good day'The fan was left baffled by the decision having been attending fixtures since the age of three - and says he wasn't even told which of his posts had led to the ban.Speaking to Daily Star Sport, he said: "They wouldn't tell me what tweet it was.

They wouldn't quote any of the tweets. I went straight up to Deepdale when I got the letter and the member of staff was acting smug.

It felt like a personal vendetta. "I said I didn't know why they were being smug for and asked why I was banned. They said 'tweets' so I asked them which ones."The only one they quoted was me asking what would happen if I booed during the minute's silence.

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