King’s Lynn Town’s rivals Redditch United fear Southern League Premier Division points deduction

The melee involving Lynn, yellow, and Redditch which has eventually left the latter in more trouble

The melee involving Lynn, yellow, and Redditch which has eventually left the latter in more trouble with the FA. Picture: IAN BURT - Credit: Ian Burt

King's Lynn Town's play-off push could receive an unexpected boost without even kicking a ball.

Southern League Premier Division promotion rivals Redditch United, third, are fearing a points deduction from the FA after fielding suspended duo Jazz Luckie and Jim Mutton – who were sent off during their side's 1-0 loss at Lynn, seventh, on February 6 – against St Neots Town.

The pair's three-match bans were scheduled to start on February 20, when United played Neots, but Redditch claim a problem with the FA website meant they were not aware that the duo's suspension had already started.


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