This is the football fan troll "seriously ill" following a fall at Wembley – months after he taunted Aston Villa star Jack Grealish over the death of his baby brother.

Alfie Perkins, 19, is said to have been involved in an accident at the national stadium on FA Cup Final day.

The University of Salford student remains in hospital with severe injuries, it's understood.

But it emerged today Alfie was banned for life by his beloved Birmingham City FC after he had trolled Grealish earlier this year.

The Villa captain, 23, scored the only goal in the latest derby match at St Andrews earlier this year – a game in which Grealish was also attacked by a Blues supporter who ran onto the pitch.

Perkins, who grew up in Birmingham, tweeted the midfielder three times with sick references to his tragic brother Keelan who died less than 10 months old on April 2, 2000.

But both Blues and Villa fans offered their support to Alfie today.

Hope Alfie Perkins pulls through," one fan wrote.

A second added: "Apparently he had a fall at Wembley yesterday. Regardless of everything, I hope he pulls through."

A third wrote: "Hope every decent Villa fan wishes he's OK."

"I hope he pulls through," a fourth added.

Speaking at the time of the tweets, a Birmingham City FC spokesman said: "The club has also banned another supporter for life for a series of vile and malicious tweets on social media, relating to Jack Grealish and his family.

"Birmingham City FC rejects all forms of anti-social behaviour.

"We will not tolerate the kind of incidents we have seen during and since Sunday’s derby fixture against Aston Villa Football Club."

Grealish, a boyhood Villa fan, is expected to lead the side out at Wembley himself on Monday when they play Derby County in the Championship Play-off final.

The winner will play Premier League football next season.

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