Yaya Sanogo was red carded in Charlton’s draw with MK Dons after a pretty brutal elbow on defender Antony Kay.
The Addicks striker – who is currently on loan from Arsenal – has had a soap opera of a season and his actions last night led to just the latest story.
He started the season on loan at Ajax, but managed just four appearances for the Dutch giants before that was cut short on the final day of the January transfer window and he joined Charlton on loan for the rest of the campaign.
Sanogo has now played five games for the Championship strugglers and he’s definitely made an impact already.
Despite a quiet start in his first game – which was a 0-0 with Cardiff – he’s scored a hat-trick and had some discipline problems in the matches since.
He picked up a booking in his second appearance against Preston, scored three in a stunning game with Reading in his third game, was booked again in his fourth and has now received a red card in his fourth.
And this one is the most controversial, with MK Dons manager Karl Robinson calling for Sanogo to be banned for the rest of the season for his elbow on Kay in the final minutes of last night’s 0-0 draw:
Sanogo sent off for this elbow last night. MK Dons manager says 'he should be banned for rest of the season'. pic.twitter.com/bLcpcX7GmO
— Chris Wheatley (@GoonerTalk) March 9, 2016
That looks like a real sore one and something Arsenal fans won’t want to see from one of their players.