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Amateur footballer who punched referee Satyam Toki three times after being sent off in a west London match is banned for 10 YEARS Satyam Toki was left with bleeding above his eye after he was hit by a player The amateur referee was attacked because he sent off the aggressor in Acton The attacker has now been banned from playing football for ten years Toki has now called for the FA to introduce lifetime bans for these criminals 

By David Coverdale For The Daily Mail

Published: 21:07 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 01:08 BST, 8 September 2020

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The player who punched a referee in a grassroots football match has been banned for 10 years.

Amateur official Satyam Toki was left with excessive bleeding above his eye after he was hit three times by a player he sent off in a pre-season friendly last month in Acton, west London.

At a London FA hearing over the weekend, the referee's attacker was suspended from all football activity for 10 years - the maximum punishment that can be issued for

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