Randolph ban upheld despite Motherwell appeal

The Ireland international has been charged with violent conduct following an incident in a game with Hearts.

Randolph has been handed a two-match ban.
Randolph has been handed a two-match ban.

MOTHERWELL HAVE FAILED in their bid to contest the two-match ban retrospectively handed out to Darren Randolph, following an incident in the club’s match with Hearts.

During the game, the Ireland international allegedly kicked Hearts’ Callum Paterson, while claiming a high ball, and was subsequently punished by the Scottish Football Association for his action.

Motherwell consequently confirmed today that their appeal of the decision had been unsuccessful, tweeting:

“Darren Randolph’s two-match ban has been upheld and he will now miss games against Aberdeen and Ross County.”

The incident in question can be viewed below.

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