Aguero, Fernandinho Ban for Indiscipline in the Chelsea Match by FA

December 6, 2016, 2:53 pm

The Manchester City duo of Sergio Kun Aguero and Fernandinho has been suspended by the FA Disciplinary Committee for miscoduct during the Chelsea Match played last week at the Etihad Stadium.

  the Argentine-Aguero saw red for his tackle againt the David Luiz of Chelsea while Fernandinho was sent off for an altercation with Cesc Fabregas in a match the away Blues won with a score of 1-3 .
Aguero, who was retrospectively banned earlier in the season after a clash with West Ham's Winston Reid, was sent off against Chelsea at the weekend and will now miss the games against Leicester City, Watford, Arsenal and Hull City but will be available for Tuesday's game with Celtic and the New Year's Eve clash with Liverpool.

Fernandinho, who was also dismissed against Chelsea, has received a three-match domestic ban and will be available next for the Boxing Day trip to Hull.

Fernandinho can also face Celtic if boss Pep Guardiola decides to play him - Nicolas Otamendi is also out of the Leicester City clash this weekend after picking up five yellow cards - he misses just one domestic game.


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