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Lee Cattermole Out Until April 26th


Wigan Athletic midfield man Lee Cattermole is facing a four match ban for his red card against West Ham United last Wednesday and the next game that he will be eligible to play in is Blackburn Rovers away at Ewood Park on April 26th

Cattermole will miss the games against Sunderland (a), Hull City (h), Everton (a) and finally the home game against Arsenal on April 11th, Latics were due to play Manchester United the following weekend but due to United`s continued involvement in this seasons FA cup that game has now been rearranged for May 12th or 13th depending on the TV people.

So the Catt gets a mini-break lets hope in this time he undergoes some tackle coaching to brush up on his technique in the hope that he can keep the card count down in future.



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 10:27AM

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4 match ban a bit stiff, will Carlton Cole get the same?
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