Birmingham City manager Garry Monk echoed Smith's comments by condemning the incident: 'I think I speak on behalf of everyone at Birmingham, not just Birmingham but pretty much everyone in football, that can not happen on a football pitch. Jack is a Birmingham lad and regardless of club allegiance should not have been subjected to this.
"This is disgraceful, an utter disgrace", shouts the commentator as Villa players swarm the fan, who will no doubt be punished for his disgusting act.
'Obviously there's rivalry and stuff in football but I don't think there's any place for that really. To score the victor was unbelievable, after what happened in the first half I think it was set up for it. Early on in February, it was reported that Aston Villa had identified the Nottingham Forest man as a potential replacement for star man Jack Grealish, as fears grew regarding his long-term future at the club.
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The fan reportedly was apprehended and arrested by police, but first a few Villa players got their hands on him before that happened. "I just tried to get on with my job", Grealish said.
As the ball went out of play for a throw-in and play was waiting to restart, a pitch invader ran onto the pitch and lamped the Aston Villa captain in the back of the head, sending him to the floor.
The Football Association spokesperson Twitter account tweeted: "We strongly condemn the incident in the match between Birmingham City and Aston Villa which saw a person enter the pitch and assault a player".
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"The Club will also support any further punishment this individual may face in the eyes of the law".
The attack was widely condemned following the terrifying incident.
However, whatever the result ends up being we have already seen the talking point for this game and it has marred the whole derby.
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They have promised a review of their safety procedures but are likely to face an investigation from the police, EFL and FA.