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Another FC Cincinnati player suspended by league

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Another FC Cincinnati player was issued a suspension on Wednesday.

Forward Andy Craven is out for four games, according to a news release from the United Soccer League

He will also pay an undisclosed fine.

The discipline stems from his actions during FCC's loss to Bethlehem Steel FC this past Saturday. 

"Three games is in accordance with the league-minimum suspension for incidents classified as violent conduct and one additional game is for deliberately targeting the head of Bethlehem's Santi Moar," the USL stated.

Craven will miss all four of Cincinnati's regular-season matches in May.

He took to Twitter after the match to apologize.

FC Cincinnati will also be without Djiby Fall until June 3.

The suspension comes after Louisville City FC head coach James O'Connor accused Fall of a biting midfielder Niall McCabe during the 1-1 draw last month. 

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