O'Hara banned for Gunners game

Portsmouth midfielder Jamie O'Hara will serve a one-match ban for Wednesday night's Premier League clash against Arsenal at Fratton Park.

Last Updated: 29/12/09 at 18:03

O'Hara: Suspended

O'Hara: Suspended

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