Ranieri mentions three duels suspension striker vardy granted ‘sad’ for football
Leicester City coach Claudio Ranieri feels it is a bad thing that the appeal of the club against the three duels suspension of Jamie vardy granted earlier this week was rejected.
The English football association FA explained vardy granted (29) the suspension for a tackle with two legs on Stoke City attacker Mame Diouf. He was awarded a direct red card.
“The whole world has the incident seen and no one thought it was a violation. We are appealing because we are in justice believe. We are very disappointed in the result”, said the 65-year-old Ranieri.
“If my players go wrong, do we not. But in this case there was no evidence of a violation. The club and I are very surprised. I’m not angry, but sad for football.”
Ranieri, who last season with Leicester very surprising seized the title in the Premier League, explained yet again what happened during the incident in which vardy granted the red card was given.
“There was a fierce duel between Glen Johnson and vardy granted. Johnson gave a little push and vardy granted became out of balance, but, ultimately, he played just the ball.”
The FA couldn’t find in which lecture and decided the clubtopscorer of Leicester ‘just’ a suspension of three matches.
Vardy granted is missing, therefore, in the home game against Everton on Boxing Day. On new year’s eve, he is also not in the thuisduel with West Ham United, like two days later and against Middlesbrough.
Ranieri may on January 7, again, to appeal to the English international, who last season less than 24 times scored for Leicester. This year he came only five goals in the Premier League.
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