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Vincent Kompany Faces Tottenham Suspension

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Vincent Kompany will be suspended for the visit of Tottenham (Sunday 9 November) after he was booked during last nights Riverside defeat.

The Belgian international midfielder has accumulated five yellow cards this season, meaning an automatic one match ban. However, before his suspension kicks in, it has been confirmed he be eligible to face Bolton on Sunday and the UEFA Cup tie against FC Twente four days later.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 30 2008

Time: 1:43PM

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Hopefully Jonno will be back by then.
alphieblues
Yes, let's hope Johnson is over his ills by then. But this is yet another example showing that our squad is too small. Defensive midfielders are very prone to yellow cards, it goes with hte territory. If Johnson isn't ready Hamann can step in, but that would leave no cover on the bench.
Sindbad
and Hamman is not good for a full 90 mins either.......we will miss Kompany against Spuds
lincolnblue
Absolutely Blues. We're wafer thin and desperately need a midfield general. Let's face it, Johnson will be nowhere near fit enough inside two weeks. He hasn't even been making the bench.
Johnny Baguette
Something tells me i'm about to go into my 'doom and gloom' mode! Gawd I hate that feeling.
Tudor
Perhaps we should turn to the Academy once more and bring in the likes of Mee.
alphieblues
he will be missed, but he does pick up those cards too easily.
ArabianKnight
 

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