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One Match Ban For Naughty Carr

Birmingham City defender Stephen Carr has picked up a one match ban for improper conduct.

The Football Association charged Carr after the game with Aston Villa at the weekend after he made a gesture towards the Villa fans and scuff the penalty spot with his boot.

Carr admitted the charge at a personal hearing on Thursday and the ban was imposed.

He will now miss Saturday's clash with Burnley.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 29 2010

Time: 3:13PM

Your Comments

I think that we should all get banned for one match as well for the abuse that we were throwing his way! Ridiculous really.
cheshire villan
Untrue, He should be banned for ever, He didnt have a club for 6/7months untill the scum signed him + he aimed that mark at the Family End, Im sure kids seen that, The mans a JOKE!
Blitz
Tissue for Blitz!
cheese n onion
We will see if Birmingham fans are complainin, That 2nd goal was Not a freekick!!
Blitz
 

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