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Harry Kewell: 'Notts County to appeal Jamie Turley red card at MK Dons'


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Harry Kewell has confirmed that Notts County will appeal Jamie Turley’s red card at MK Dons as a one-match suspension looms on the recent new signing.

Referee Michael Salisbury caused uproar when he dismissed the centre-back for a professional foul in the 59th minute following a challenge on Rhys Healey which earned Paul Tisdale’s side a penalty.

The Magpies were leading 1-0 at the time through Lewis Alessandra but Chuks Aneke scored the resulting spot kick before the franchise went on to secure the victory through Healey’s strike.

“We will appeal the red card and I am sure he will be playing on Saturday,” Kewell told the Nottingham Post.

“When you look at it in slow motion it looks as if their player slips. It was an embarrassing decision.

“I just don’t see what he has seen. I have seen the challenge from four different angles.

“In the meantime, we have to concentrate on getting that anger out and concentrate on the Swindon game this weekend.”

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