Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that club captain Joe Jacobson will be suspended for the next three league games.

The Welshman was involved in a melee between the Chairboys and Forest Green Rovers players on November 12 at the Bolt New Lawn Stadium, which Wycombe won 2-0.

During the scrap, Jacobson was deemed to have reacted angrily and his actions were missed by the matchday officials.

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He will now be absent from Wanderers matches against Cheltenham Town (November 19), Portsmouth (December 4), and Lincoln City (December 10).

A statement reads: “Wycombe Wanderers FC’s Joe Jacobson has been suspended for three matches for breaching FA Rule E20.1 during the EFL League One fixture against Forest Green Rovers on Saturday, November 12, 2022.

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“The defender admitted that his behaviour during the 57th minute, in an incident not seen by match officials but caught on video, constituted violent conduct.”

In unrelated news, Wycombe have also confirmed that Adam Leathers has joined Non League Hampton and Richmond Borough on loan.

The transfer was confirmed on November 18.