Should Jamille Matt be banned for his headbutt?

Referee Oliver Langford missed Plymouth striker Jamille Matt's headbutt on Pompey skipper Michael Doyle last night    Picture: Joe Pepler
Referee Oliver Langford missed Plymouth striker Jamille Matt's headbutt on Pompey skipper Michael Doyle last night Picture: Joe Pepler
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Pompey are today waiting to learn the fate of Plymouth striker Jamille Matt following the headbutting incident in last night’s 2-2 draw at Fratton Park - and we want to hear fans think should happen.

The Pilgrims striker, who netted both goals for the visitors in the play-off semi-final first leg, was caught on television cameras moving his head and connecting with the back of Blues skipper Michael Doyle’s head.

Referee Oliver Langford claimed he didn’t see the incident – with the FA now set to decide whether restrospective action is necessary.

Should they feel Matt was guilty of violent conduct, he will miss Sunday’s Home Park clash (6pm).

What are your thoughts on the incident? Do you think the Plymouth striker should be banned? Please add your comment to this story.