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Eustace ban decreased

Finally some sort of justice for the Golden Boys as John Eustace's potential five-match ban has been shortened to just the four matches.

Hapless Hampshire official, Rob Styles cited Eustace for failing to leave the pitch promptly [it took him 63 seconds to leave the pitch] having sent him off for an accidental collision with Cresswell.

The Hornets midfield general will now miss games against Barnsley, Coventry and Hull having served one match already at the weekend versus Plymouth.

In other disciplinary news, Javier Mascherano has, amazingly, been hit with the same punishment as Eustace after his red at Old Trafford!




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Date:Tuesday March 25 2008

Time: 1:07PM

 

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