Yeovil Town defender Alex Bradley has had his suspension confirmed by the Football Association today.

Bradley was sent off during the Glovers’ 2-0 loss to Aldershot on Tuesday night in the 55th minute.

The FA Suspensions Website has been updated to show that the defender is scheduled to miss three games for breach of Law 12 S1.

However, manager Darren Sarll confirmed the club’s intention to appeal the decision saying;

I just don’t get it, I don’t understand it… it’s on the half line, it’s a professional foul to stop the attack, he’s clipped his heel… there’s no danger to the individual, how many of them do you see every week?”

“We’d like to think with an appeal and a clear mind the referee might do the right thing, becasue I found it very strange”

We will bring you news of the outcome of any suspension here on the Gloverscast, but as it stands Alex Bradley will missing for games against King’s Lynn, Maidenhead and Altrincham before being available again on the final day of the season against Stockport County.



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