Eight-match ban for Shots ace

Aldershot's Daniel Hylton has been handed an eight-match ban and a £1,000 fine after a regulatory commission proved two breaches of FA rules.

Last Updated: 11/05/12 at 17:07

Hylton: Banned after abusive rants

Hylton: Banned after abusive rants

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The two incidents took place during the Shots' League Two match with Barnet on 15 October 2011 at Underhill.

Both breaches included abusive and insulting words with a reference to ethnic origin, race and nationality, towards a participant.

The 23-year-old striker's ban takes place with immediate effect and he has been warned about his future conduct.

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