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Houston accepts ban

Dundee United boss Peter Houston has accepted the two-match ban imposed for criticising officials following the recent home defeat to Aberdeen.

That will see him missing the forthcoming games against Celtic and Motherwell.

Houston had been unhappy at a couple of non-decisions as the visitors eventually ran out 2-1 winners at the beginning of this month.

He had believed United should have been awarded a clear penalty and were also denied a throw-in during the build-up to the winning goal.

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Date:Friday January 13 2012

Time: 1:54PM

 

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