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No Appeal Over Kitson Card

There will be no appeal over Dave Kitson`s red card that he picked up at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Kitson found himself landed with a three match ban after seeing red after being on the field for just 37 seconds of Sunday`s game. And he can`t really complain, he did go in for a tackle with Patrice Evra with a little over exuberance.

Now the former Cambridge striker will miss Wednesday`s game against Everton at the Madejski Stadium, Saturday`s visit of Everton and the trip to the Reebok to take on Bolton on August 25th.

The next time Kitson will be available to play is for the Carling Cup second round tie at the end of August.




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Date:Monday August 13 2007

Time: 6:52PM

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I don't think it was intentional, but it was reckless.
dazza71
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13/08/2007 19:24:00

Seen worse _ yellow would have been fair
lion89
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13/08/2007 19:33:00

Lets face it, that Evra needed bringing down a peg or two. Good on Kitson
Rich Tea
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13/08/2007 20:58:00

And you have to take into account that the referee was Styles, the worlds biggest bell end with a whistle.
Rich Tea
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13/08/2007 20:59:00

Yes, Styles was an arse, but Kitson did go in a bit crazy. I agree with Lion, a yellow would have done
Northern Royal
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13/08/2007 21:17:00

straight red was the only outcome, his studs were showing and it was high!
merlin
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14/08/2007 19:56:00

Yellow certainly a fair call, looked ugly but wasn't as bad as it appeared. But hey hoo!
Madejski Royal
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27/08/2007 14:46:00

 

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