QPR win Hill appeal
QPR have successfully appealed Clint Hill's three-match ban from the Boxing Day victory over Swansea City.
Last Updated: 29/12/10 4:42pm
Queens Park Rangers have successfully appealed Clint Hill's three-match ban from the Boxing Day victory over Swansea City.
The R's defender was given his marching orders during the 4-0 win after clashing with Swans counterpart Alan Tate in the 19th minute of the Loftus Road fixture.
Both Hill and Tate were dismissed by referee Phil Crossley, however, the Football Association's Regulatory Commission met on Wednesday and upheld QPR's claim to overturn Hill's ban.
Hill, who featured in Neil Warnock side's 2-0 win at Coventry on Tuesday, is eligible to play forthwith now that the automatic suspension has been removed.