THE family of a young football fan robbed of his life by a soccer hooligan say he should be sent back to prison.

Relatives of Nathan Shaw, who was killed by Andrew McNee in 2003, called for justice after McNee was fined £200 for breaking a football banning order within weeks of his early release from prison.

Burnley fan McNee was sentenced to seven years in custody and given the 10-year banning order in July 2003 after admitting manslaughter of Notting-ham Forest fan Nathan, 17.

On Saturday, the Telegraph revealed McNee, 22, of Osborn Way, Haslingden, has been fined £200 by Burnley magistrates for breaching the order within weeks of his release. He was caught by police around Turf Moor the Saturday before last when Burnley played Bolton Wanderers.

The news was a shock to Nathan's family. Mum Helen Shaw, 42, said they were appalled McNee had only been fined.

Nathan died in December 2002, following a trip to Burnley to see his team play at Turf Moor. He had a beer glass smashed over his head by McNee in an unprovoked attack outside Yates' Wine Lodge in the town. He died the next day.

Mrs Shaw added: "We didn't even know he had been released until we read about it in the paper. But he has broken his order within a few weeks. What else has he got to do, destroy another family? He should have to serve the rest of his sentence."

Detective Superintendent Paul Buschini, of Lancashire Police, led the investigation into Nathan's death in 2002. Today he said: "We have no control over the punishment someone receives, or their release from prison. I remember the inquiry, it was a real tragedy."

A court spokeswoman said McNee would have been fined according to sentencing guidelines, on the basis of evidence presented to magistrates.