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 By PA Sport

Martin O'Neill can't believe Gareth Bale may appeal yellow card for tackle

The FC crew lambaste the scoreless draw between Ireland and Wales, and react to Seamus Coleman's horrific injury.

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill remains convinced Wales forward Gareth Bale was fortunate not to see red during their 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw at the Aviva Stadium on Friday.

Real Madrid star Bale, 27, was booked for a rash challenge on Ireland defender John O'Shea seconds before teammate Neil Taylor launched the tackle which left Seamus Coleman with a double leg fracture.

Wales boss Chris Coleman later defended both of his men -- by his own admission having not had a chance to view...

 By PA Sport

Wales can get result in Serbia without Gareth Bale - Chris Gunter

Chris Coleman passes along well wishes to Seamus Coleman, and says Neil Taylor feels terrible about the challenge.

Chris Gunter believes Wales will prove they are not a one-man band when they attempt to keep their World Cup qualification hopes alive without Gareth Bale.

The Real Madrid forward picked up his second yellow card of the campaign during Friday night's fiery goalless draw with the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.

Bale must serve a one-match suspension and will miss the visit to Group D leaders Serbia on June 11.

Neil Taylor will also be absent in Belgrade, the Aston Villa defender facing a potential...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Wales' Gareth Bale suspended for crucial World Cup qualifier vs. Serbia

The FC crew lambaste the scoreless draw between Ireland and Wales, and react to Seamus Coleman's horrific injury.

Gareth Bale feels the yellow card he received that will rule him out of Wales' World Cup qualifier against Serbia was harsh.

Bale, 27, was booked in the 68th minute of Friday's 0-0 draw against Republic of Ireland for what was deemed by referee Nicola Rizzoli as a foul on John O'Shea.

The Real Madrid forward will be suspended for the clash with Serbia in June as a result, and he feels he was hard done by in Dublin.

"I didn't even go for a tackle, I went to try and slide to tap the ball in and he's...