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Vignal wins appeal.

Vignal wins appeal.

After being sent off against Wolves Gregory Vignal today won his appeal against the red card.

The ref talked to his Linesman who spotted something nobody else did and took out a red card to dismiss the Saints goalscorer.

But the FA today overturned the red card and Vignal is now in the Squad for the trip to Blackpool.

Kelvin Davis is rated 50/50 after he came off at half-time. With Bartosz Bialkowski injured it could mean a chance for Micheal Poke to make his first senior appearence for the Saints first team.

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Thursday March 6 2008
Time: 3:39PM


very good to see that justice can happen when the wrong choices were made congrats
ozanne park rangers
07/03/2008 02:25:00
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