Israel global Hemed denied the Football Association (FA) charge but was found guilty after an independent regulatory commission convened to review the incident.
Brighton striker Tomer Hemed will miss Sunday's Premier League clash with Arsenal after being found guilty of violent conduct during his side's victory over Newcastle at the weekend. Despite the Brighton striker contesting the charge, an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing on Wednesday afternoon ruled against him.
The incident was missed by Andre Marriner and the footage was shown to a panel of three former elite refs who deemed the stamp violent conduct. "I will use the time to get fitter, stronger and come back hungrier to score more goals for Brighton in the Premier League".
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The FA have however rejected that appeal, with Hemed now to serve a three-match ban.
Hemed denied the Football Association charge, which was proven after an independent regulatory commission met.
They posted a short statement on their official website, confirming the ruling and suspension and adding that there would be "no further comment at this stage".
"My very first impression is there was no intent", said manager Chris Hughton after the game, quoted by BBC Sport.
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