Brentford striker Ivan Toney has been banned from football activities for eight months.

Toney has also been given a £50,000 fine and a warning regarding his future behavior. The 27-year-old can resume training with Brentford four months before his suspension, which begins now and expires on January 2024.

Toney has contributed to Brentford’s ninth-place finish in the standings this season with 20 goals in 33 Premier League games.

He won’t be available for Brentford’s trip to Tottenham on Saturday or the team’s final game of the season against Manchester City at home on May 28.

FA released a statement confirming the news: “His sanctions were subsequently imposed by an independent Regulatory Commission following a personal hearing.” The independent Regulatory Commission’s written reasons for these sanctions will be published in due course, and the FA will wait to review them before commenting further.” Read the statement.



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