Date:Thursday November 3 2005
James O'Connor's red card in the match against Millwall has been overturned by the Football Association.
'We're absolutely delighted that the FA have accepted the appeal. We're delighted James is available for us and doesn't suffer the three-match ban that he could have done,' said the boss.
O'Connor was one of four players sent from the field in the fiery clash.
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