Date: 9th February 2009 at 10:06pm
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Jermaine Beckford could still find himself in trouble with the Football League for his clear elbow on the Millwall keeper in Monday night`s game.

Beckford was seen to strike the Millwall keeper but referee Alan Wiley only thought the incident at the time merited a yellow card.

Alan Wiley can change the decision in his match report if after a second look he deems the incident as violent conduct and a straight red card.

Let`s hope Mr Wiley doesn`t watch the TV!



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