West Ham goalkeeper Adrian has reacted to news he faces a three game ban, and appears clearly unhappy.
The Spaniard was sent off in the final stages of the Hammers' weekend loss to Leicester City, for a high challenge at the opposite end of the pitch, where he had been trying to rescue the game for his side.
In reaching for the ball he took out Leicester's Jamie Vardy and was immediately dismissed.
He and the club had attempted to get the ban overturned, but discovered via the FA today that their appeal had been unsuccessful, report The BBC.
He took to Twitter to express his emotions, biting his tongue but conveying his thoughts via emojis.
No comment!!— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) August 18, 2015
That should be enough to save him from any further discipline from the FA, but the three game ban seems harsh, with matches against Bournemouth, Liverpool, and Newcastle upcoming. Darren Randolph is expected to deputise.