Chelsea will be with out Marcos Alonso for Sunday’s FA Cup semi-closing from Southampton soon after the still left back again was hit with a three-match ban.
Alonso was deemed to be guilty of violent conduct following planting his left boot into Shane Long’s ideal leg throughout last Saturday’s Premier League assembly in between the Saints and Chelsea.
Spaniard Alonso will also be unavailable for Chelsea’s up coming two League matches — versus Burnley and Swansea.
The Soccer Association have hit Chelsea star Marcos Alonso (right) with a three-recreation ban
Left back again Alonso appeared to stamp on the calf of Shane Extended at Southampton on Saturday
An FA assertion read: ‘Marcos Alonso will pass up Chelsea’s upcoming three matches after an Impartial Regulatory Fee dominated he had committed an act of violent carry out against Southampton’s Shane Very long.
‘Alonso denied the charge and further submitted that if uncovered confirmed the suspension would be too much, however, this was turned down following yesterday’s listening to.
‘The incident, which was not seen by the match officers but caught on online video, occurred in the 43rd minute of Saturday’s activity.’
Online games ALONSO WILL Overlook Because of TO HIS BAN
- Burnley v CHELSEA (Premier League) — April 19
- CHELSEA v Southampton (FA Cup semi-ultimate at Wembley) — April 22
- Swansea v CHELSEA (Premier League) — April April 28
Referee Mike Dean did not even give a no cost-kick for the attack by Alonso on Saturday, inspite of appearing to be in a very good place to see the incident.
Alonso’s absence by means of suspension is envisioned to present January signing Emerson Palmieri with an chance to impress in his position.
Palmieri has performed just 3 moments since arriving from Roma, but he will make his initial Leading League start off at Burnley on Thursday night.
Referee Mike Dean did not even award a free of charge-kick for the challenge despite having a good look at