Date:Wednesday February 7 2007
Marlon King's international future has been plunged into doubt after the Jamaican federation meted out a two-year ban on the Watford striker.
The sanction follows a lengthy investigation by the Jamaican Football Federation into an incident during the tour of England last summer.
King was expelled from the tour prior to the friendly with England on 3rd June for disciplinary reasons and the federation has taken a dim view of his actions.
A four-person committee examined the case last week and concluded a two-year ban was the correct punishment.
Well I think that is good news for Watford that he doesn't have to trek off during international week and play against giants of football American Samoa. Don't bother appealing Marlon, you know what to say, 'You're c****.'
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