Leeds United’s goalscoring supremo Souleymane Doukara is set to miss the clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday through suspension, as confirmed by the Football Association’s official website.
Doukara picked up a fifth yellow card of the season against Norwich City last night, which means that he has automatically been ruled out for Saturday’s tie.
Despite recent criticism, the French striker played an important role as Leeds managed a 1-1 draw against the recently relegated side last night.
While he struggled to convert against Rotherham last Friday, Doukara struck from range last night to equalise for the Whites, curling an effort into the bottom right corner of the net.
The tie was filled with controversy, with Leeds defender Guiseppe Bellusci now at the centre of a racism storm.
Cameron Jerome has accused the Leeds defender of making a racist remark to him during the clash, and the Football Association are now set to investigate.
Options now available to Darko Milanic to replace Doukara for Saturday’s game include Billy Sharp, Steve Morison or Brian Montenegro.