Worcester City player Lee Smith has been suspended from playing indefinitely while a police investigation is conducted into his comments on Twitter.
"His remarks were out of order," said club chairman, Adge Wurzel. "I don't understand this Twitcher thing, or spiderweb sites in general, but from what I was told by my wife, who's got told by her hairdresser, the remarks are bang out of order."
Although the remarks have been removed, people who saw them have come forward to add their voice to the complaints.
"I read the comments," said Shelia Wells. "I even said a the time that it was out of order. And I don't mean he'd written it in the style of Yoda. It was like reading the Daily Mail."
Smith's controversy that led to his suspension started with his statement that he wished he could play Call of Duty in real life instead of on the computer, using illegal immigrants as targets.
"That is truly shocking," said Wurzel, on finding out the actual comments that were out of order. "Bang out of order."
Smith attempted to retract his comments, but added a but. Smith continued his ill-advised Tweeting by saying he didn't really want to kill illegal immigrants but he still thought they should all leave the country.
"You know," said Wurzel. "It's quite ironic really. Lee Smith is a right winger. It turns out in more ways than one. I wonder if Maggie Thatcher can play right wing too?"