By Marcus Dysch, December 9, 2010
An amateur footballer has been arrested on suspicion of threatening players with a 12-inch knife during a Maccabi game.
Paul Samuels, player-manager of the South Mancs A side, was shown a red card for punching an opponent, but then allegedly pulled a blade out of his kit bag on the touchline.
The incident happened just before half time in his side's over-35s Maccabi Masters league game against Hendon Harriers in Edgware, north west London, on Sunday. The match was immediately abandoned.