By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong now has more time to chase girls after copping an automatic one-match ban for his sending off on his Barnsley debut.
The 22-year-old who arrived from Arsenal last Friday jokingly raised the concern of how he was going to get girls with his move to South Yorkshire.
Frimpong said on his Barnsley arrival: “How am I gonna draw girls now?”
The midfielder now has more time to figure that out after receiving two yellow cards in quick succession for a foul on the same player in the South Yorkshire derby against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
The Ghana international who was sent off on his full debut for Arsenal in a match against Liverpool refused to escape the headlines for the wrong reasons on his debut for Barnsley.
An over-eager Frimpong first drew a talking to by referee Andre Mariner after a foul on Jose Semedo.
The verbal caution did little to stand down the Ghana international as he drew his first booking a minute later with a diving tackle on Chris Maguire.
Seven minute later and about half an hour into his debut, the rugged midfielder was sent off for another silly challenge on Maguire to end his debut on a sour note.
Barnsley lost the game 1-0 to further deepen their relegation woes.
The Ghanaian midfielder will however have some time to sort himself out off the field of play with his sought after girls as he will not be involved in Barnsley’s next game.
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