Sierra Leone captain Mohamed Kallon has been banned for the rest of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign after attempting to attack the referee in March's qualifier against Togo.
The Confederation of African Football suspended the Monaco striker earlier this week for three games, ruling him out of the remaining matches leading to the next Afcon in Ghana in January.
Kallon was penalised for attempting to attack Burkina Faso referee Lassina Pare and kicking the fourth official's chair after Sierra Leone were beaten 3-1 in Lome on March 24.
Kallon's brother Kemokai Kallon, Belgian-based midfielder Ibrahim Kargbo and goalkeeper Michael Tommy have been banned for two matches for their part in the attempted attack.
Sierra Leone lie bottom of their Group Nine standings with one point from three matches in the qualifying campaign.
They are five points behind group leaders Togo, whom they meet again at home in Freetown on June 2. - Reuters.