JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY BAN

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY BAN

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– JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN

– Vardy feeling relaxed after suspension hammer

– The Leicester City squad trained at their Belvoir Drive base on Tuesday

– Jamie Vardy will miss their clash at home to Swansea due to suspension

– The 29-year-old could face additional FA punishment for his actions

– Vardy was pictured driving his blue Bentley Continental GT on Tuesday

 

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN
jamie Vardie in his bentley

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN

Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy looks unperturbed by the possibility of being handed two match ban following his red card against West Ham at the weekend.

He is seen cruising in his blue Bentley Continental GT while leaving the training ground. As he drove, he stopped off the street to sign autographs for waiting fans.

Jamie Vardy was sent off after seeing red in weekend’s match against West Ham. The Leicester City’s striker was shown road off the pitch after his alleged misconduct during the match.

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN

He was figured pointing wildly at Referee John Moss. The England international was sent off in the second half of the 2-2 draw after collecting a second yellow card for diving.

Referee Jon Moss’ decision sparked a furious reaction from Vardy who now who looks set to miss at least two games after being charged by the Football Association as a result.

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN

Vardy has until 6pm on Thursday to respond after Moss reported him. He is contemplating an appeal against the charge of improper conduct. He was furious at being deemed to have dived to pick up a second booking in the 56th minute, jabbing a finger at Moss and appearing to swear.

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Vardy looks weird after being denied a penalty and picking up a second caution for simulation. While the Foxes will miss him presence at home to Swansea on Sunday, his team-mate Danny Simpson is confident it will not derail their title bid.

‘Vardy has been one of the best players in the league,’ the full back said.

‘But Leo Ulloa, who scored the equalizer against West Ham with a stoppage-time penalty came on and got a point for us – that was a lot of pressure for anyone.

‘Other players have scored in the team and before last week Vards hadn’t scored for five or six games, so we’ll deal with it.

‘We’ve got other players who can come in. Just look at the game – Jeff (Schlupp) came on and won us a penalty and Leo came on and scored.

‘Dema (Demarai Gray) has come on in the last few weeks and showed for a young lad his maturity and he’s an attacking threat. So I’m sure we’ll cope with it well.’

Leicester currently hold a five-point lead over second-placed Tottenham with four matches remaining.

JAMIE VARDY DRIVES LEAVES TRAINING IN £168,000 BENTLEY  BAN