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Tottenham Hotspur Fail In Appeal Against Son’s Red Card

Tottenham Hotspur Fail In Appeal Against Son’s Red Card

Tottenham Hotspur had their appeal to overturn Son Heung-min’s red card against Chelsea rejected by the FA.

Son, 27, was sent off on Sunday against Chelsea after he kicked out at Antonio Rudiger in the first half of Spurs’ 2-0 defeat.


Spurs immediately lodged an appeal which has proved unsuccessful.

Son will now Spurs’ miss the upcoming clashes against Brighton, Norwich and Southampton

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He has now been sent off three times on 2019 – the first player since Lee Cattermole in 2010.

His first dismissal this year came in the 1-0 away defeat against Bournemouth in May.

Before he was shown his marching orders at Goodison Park in November for his challenge on Andre Gomes.

With Son out for the next three games, Danish Christian Eriksen could be recalled back to the started eleven.

Eriksen has not started a Premier League since the draw against the Toffees on November 3.

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  • Haa, I love Son. He is quality prayer

  • Son is good but we miss him for next match

  • Moaningho response to the red card of son is one of the reasons I find it hard to like the man he is. He does and talk strange things. SHAME

    • Pompei 3 years ago

      His name is Jose MORIRANWO. Moriranwo in yoruba means “I have seen something to stare at”. The more you look at him, the less you see. Everything about him and around him is like a movie. He is just full of drama and wahala. Yet, when you take a look at his trophy cabinet, it begs the question – how is a man so chaotic and problematic end up being so successful? There is definitely a method to the madness. The man is an enigma.


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