Amkar Perm and Nigeria midfielder, Fegor Ogude has been handed a three-match ban by the Control and Disciplinary Committee (CDC) of the Russian Football Union (RFU) following his red card against Kuban’ Krasnodar on Monday.
And as a result of his suspension which was announced on Wednesday, the combative midfielder will sit out games against Zenit St Petersburg, Spartak Moscow and Ural.
In the fourth round of games in the Russian Premier League, the Nigeria international took the walk of shame in the 64th minute after a bad tackle on Kuban’s midfielder, Anton Sosnin.
Before that incident at the Stadion Kuban’ (Krasnodar), the former Warri Wolves skipper had accumulated four yellow cards in the topflight since his transfer from Norway.
The 27-year-old has been a regular for Amkar Perm’ this season, having played four games in the Russian championship, and all of them from the start.
Fegor Ogude penned a two-and-a-half year deal with Amkar Perm in the January transfer window, drawing down the curtain on his career with Vålerenga.
Amkar Perm have one point from their first 4 games, and sit 14th on the 16-team table.