Leicester appeal against Jamie Vardy's red card

Leicester appeal against Jamie Vardy's red card

Leicester appeal against Jamie Vardy's red card

The club said in a statement: " Leicester City have today (Monday) lodged an appeal with the Football Association against the dismissal of Jamie Vardy during Saturday's Premier League fixture at Stoke City.

Match referee Craig Pawson infuriated the Leicester players and manager Claudio Ranieri in also booking five players in the final seven minutes of the first half - Vardy had been dismissed in the 28th minute.

"The Leicester City striker was sent off for serious foul play during the game at Stoke City on Saturday 17 December 2016".

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The 29-year-old will serve an immediate three-match ban, which includes the clash with the Hammers on New Year's Eve.

It was just their second away point of the season with Ranieri's side yet to win on the road in the Premier League and the defending champions sit 15th in the table.

He will be available again for the FA Cup third-round tie against the Toffees at Goodison Park on January 7 having completed his three-match suspension - which Ranieri was keen to avoid having defended his talisman at the Bet365 Stadium.

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Slamming the FA for upholding Vardy's red card, despite what he deemed to be a "blatantly wrong" decision from the referee, Gary Lineker did not hold back on his criticism for English football's governing body.

"If you listen to me I say, "no" (to a red card), if you listen to (Stoke boss) Mark Hughes, he says "yes".

Whilst the dismissal of Vardy was controversial, the two-footed challenge from the Leicester hero was unsafe and could have led to serious harm. "Maybe it was (should have been) yellow".

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