Sierra Leone international Abdulai Bell-Baggie will miss Stockport County’s next two domestic matches following his red card after the final whistle at AFC Fylde.
Baggie, 23, who recently recover from injury has been handed a two-match suspension by the FA.
The winger was disappointed with an early FA Cup exit as County’s FA Cup campaign ended in 1-0 defeat at Kellamergh Park.
Baggie saw red for County after appearing to have words with the referee.
The former Tranmere Rovers and Bristol Rovers player will miss Stockport’s trip to Curzon Ashton on the 17th October and the home clash with Bradford Park Avenue on 24th October.
However, he was part of the County side that defeated Gainsborough Trinity 1-0 away from home at the Northolme Gainsborough stadium last Saturday.
The victory sees them go fourth in the National league North standings.
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