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Reon Moore suspended for 3 league matches following red card

Pacific FC striker Reon Moore will miss the club's next 3 Canadian Premier League matches after receiving a red card for 'violent conduct' in the nil-nil draw against Forge on the weekend.

The 27-year-old forward was seen pushing and trying to get the ball off the Hamilton side's Daniel Parra right in front of the referee.

When media outlet Northern Tribune reached out to Pacific, the Langford-based club refused to comment.

What does this mean for Moore and Pacific?

The striker will miss the next 3 league matches: Atlético Ottawa at home on May 17th, Vancouver FC away on May 25th, and finally, Cavalry at home on June 1st.

This will be a big blow for the Tridents, as they will be without their main number 9 for half a month. We could see Dario Zanatta stepping in into that role as he's done a few times this season.

Moore has 2 goals and 1 assist in 7 matches with his new side, most recently grabbing the winning goal in a 2-0 victory over York United. 


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