Barnsley fans react to Cameron McGeehan’s ban

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Barnsley have confirmed that midfielder Cameron McGeehan has been handed a three-match ban for violent conduct by the FA.

The 23-year-old is alleged to have stamped on a Southend United player in the Tykes’ recent clash with the Essex club. McGeehan will now miss the visits of Accrington Stanley and Sunderland to Oakwell, and the Yorkshire club’s short trip to Doncaster Rovers.

Barnsley have expressed their disappointment with the decision from the governing body and have made public the argument that they made against the ban.

The statement read: “There was no complaint from the opposition players, staff or the officials at the time despite it being in front of both dugouts. An apology was then instantly offered and accepted from each player involved.”

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However, the club failed to fend off any punishment, and Daniel Stendel must now find a way to cope without the Northern Irishman. The loss of McGeehan is such a big blow as he has been in fine form recently, and actually scored against the Shrimpers in the game in question.

After the announcement of the ban, plenty of Barnsley fans took to Twitter to make their views on the matter clear…