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21 December 2017

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An overall update on Town’s disciplinary situation

- One match suspension for Jonathan Hogg
- Midfielder’s yellow card count stays at two
- See the full update on Town's disciplinary situation

Following his red card in Saturday’s 4-1 Premier League win at Watford, midfielder Jonathan Hogg will serve an immediate one-match suspension.

‘Hoggy’ will subsequently be unavailable to David Wagner for the away game at Southampton on Saturday 23 December 2017.

Match Reports


16 December 2017

Ahead of the Watford game, Jonathan had two bookings on his record from this season. This number remains unchanged, as the two yellows received in the game only count as one complete red card.

The one-match suspension given for accumulating five yellow cards ends after this weekend’s game; Town’s 19th of the Premier League campaign.

Here is an update on the cumulative yellow card count of Town’s First Team players:

Five yellow cards - one match suspension
This suspension is not applied after 19 Premier League games are completed (this weekend)

10 yellow cards – two match suspension
This suspension is not applied after 32 Premier League games are completed

15 yellow cards – three match suspension
This suspension is applied throughout the Premier League season

Tommy Smith – 4

Christopher Schindler, Aaron Mooy – 3

Kasey Palmer, Steve Mounié, Philip Billing, Mathias Zanka, Rajiv van La Parra, Jonathan Hogg, Danny Williams, Scott Malone – 2

Michael Hefele, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Elias Kachunga, Florent Hadergjonaj, Collin Quaner, Laurent Depoitre – 1

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