The Football Association have today confirmed that Yeovil Town left-back Jamie McAllister will serve a three match ban for his red card in last night's Football League Trophy tie. The club captain was dismissed for an off the ball incident involving Bristol Rovers striker David Clarkson, during the final 20 minutes of the 3-0 win over the Gas.
The FA have now confirmed this as a three game ban for violent conduct, meaning that he will now be missing for the home match against AFC Bournemouth as well as the trips to Milton Keynes Dons and Leyton Orient. He will return on Saturday 22nd September for the home match against Sheffield United.
With left-sided defender Curtis Haynes-Brown on loan at AFC Wimbledon, and currently injured, McAllister's boots will be filled by Nathan Ralph, who came on as a substitute to fill the full-back slot after the red card.
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