Queens Park Rangers are in serious trouble of being relegated and as such need all their players to pull together. It seems no one has told Djibril Cisse that. The Frenchman was sent off the second time in his short QPR career. This time for an awful two footed tackle on Sunderland striker Frazier Campbell. Against Wolves, when Cisse was sent off the first time, it was because he raised his hands to the throat of a player who made a similar tackle on him. He objected so strongly because of the two horrendous ankle injuries he has suffered in the past. Cisse snapped his leg in 2004 when playing for Liverpool against Blackburn and then broke his other leg while playing for France against China in 2006. He is lucky to still be playing. That’s what make his tackle today so strange. A player that has suffered the injuries that he has, know how irresponsible a two footed tackle is.

He now faces a 4 match ban at a time when QPR needs him the most. Plenty of time him to reflect on the injury he could of inflicted. 

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