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Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is likely to escape further punishment from the Football Association after he posted a picture of clowns on his Instagram account - which has been widely viewed as his comment on those who sat on the panel and decided the outcome of the hearing.
Skrtel failed in his bid to overturn a three-game ban for standing on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
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He will miss the crucial match at top-four rivals Arsenal, the FA Cup quarter-final replay against Blackburn and the visit of Newcastle on April 13 after his appeal against a violent conduct charge - on the grounds his action was accidental and not intentional - was rejected by an independent panel.
Skrtel was charged on the basis of video evidence after referee Martin Atkinson missed the incident in the last seconds of Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Anfield.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has failed in his bid to overturn a three-match suspension for standing on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
The Slovakia international appealed to an independent panel sitting in judgement on the matter on the basis his action was accidental and not intentional.
However, the panel rejected the 30-year-old centre-back's submission and ruled the charge of violent conduct proven.
Skrtel will serve an immediate suspension, meaning he misses league games at Arsenal and home to Newcastle either side of the FA Cup quarter-final replay at Sky Bet Championship side Blackburn.
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho believes learning English has finally allowed him to be happy at Anfield.
The Frenchman had an indifferent start to his spell on Merseyside, but now he thinks he has settled as he can understand his team-mates and vice versa.
"Do I finally feel happy at Liverpool? Yes, I feel good. The most difficult thing has been the language," he told L'Equipe.
"I am a man of strong character so when I can't express myself I am always frustrated, and if I cannot make myself understood it is even worse.
"Some people said that I should be speaking French and that would allow me to release the tension a bit, except that when I spoke in French on the pitch nobody understood what I was saying.
"I said to myself: 'This is useless - I really must learn'. It took time but now it is very good."
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