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Dundee appeal Neil McCann’s two-match touchline ban

Dundee have appealed the two match touchline ban imposed on Neil McCann after he clashed with St.Johnstone substitute keeper Zander Clark earlier this month.

McCann was involved in a touchline bust up with Clark after the full time whistle following St.Johnstone’s league win at Dens Park.

Clark was handed a two-game ban for his part in the fracas.

McCann will now be available to take his place in the dugout for Sunday’s league game against Hearts and Wednesday’s trip to Celtic until the appeal has been heard.

Clark missed Saints’ league games against Aberdeen on Saturday and will miss the Motherwell game on 7 April.

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