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Posted Thursday, March 8th 2018

Flint sorry for dismissal

Aden Flint says he will learn from his first dismissal in City colours.

The defender was given his marching orders for an altercation with former left-back Greg Cunningham in the dying embers of Tuesday night’s 2-1 defeat at Preston North End.

Flint will now serve a three-match ban which, due to the international break, means the centre-half won’t be eligible to play again until April 2nd.

“In order to learn; we have to make mistakes,” said Flint in an apology on his Instagram page.

“I hold my hands up – I made a mistake and let myself and my team down.”

Flint is joined on the sidelines by Joe Bryan, who begins a two-match suspension for accruing ten bookings in the campaign.

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