A West Bromwich Albion coach accused of sexually assaulting two young boys encouraged one of them to play a blindfold game, a court heard.
Mark O’Shea, 35, of Coles Lane in Sutton Coldfield, is on trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court. He denies six charges of sexual assault on a child under the age of 13.
Yesterday, a jury heard evidence from one of the alleged victims. The boy said O’Shea would encourage him to play a ‘blindfold game’.
The boy said: “It felt weird. I felt worried, he might not realise what he is doing.”
Miss Samantha Forsyth, defending, said: “He would not play any game like the blindfold game.”
The trial continues.