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  • Mccann's Touchline Ban Reduced

    • By UWTB1893
    • 18th April 2018, 2:05 pm
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    Neil McCann has seen his two-match touchline ban reduce to one game after an appeal to the Scottish Football Association.

    After an incident with St Johnstone's goalkeeper Zander Clark following Dundee 4-0 by the defeat to the Perth team at Dens last month, both McCann and Clark with issued with a two-match ban for  “excessive misconduct” by the SFA.

    The Dundee manager has denied slapping the back-up goalkeeper and after his appeal was upheld in part, he has seen it his ban reduced to just the one match.

    McCann will sit in the stands this Saturday as Dundee take on the club that this incident happened against, St Johnstone.

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