RED CARD: Deklan Wynne shown straight red for knee to the back of the leg

The Independent Panel, consisting of one representative from the United States Soccer Federation, one representative from the Canadian Soccer Association, and one representative nominated by the Professional Referee Organization, has unanimously rescinded the one-game suspension and accompanying fine for the red card issued to Colorado Rapids defender Deklan Wynne for serious foul play in the 51st minute of Colorado’s match against Columbus Crew SC on September 22.

As a result of the Colorado Rapids appeal, Wynne is eligible to play in Colorado’s next regular season game on September 29 against the Seattle Sounders (4 pm ET | TV & streaming info).

In addition, the Independent Panel has denied Minnesota United FC’s appeal of the red card issued to midfielder Fernando Bob for violent conduct in the 89th minute of Minnesota’s match against the Portland Timbers on September 22.

RED CARD: Fernando Bob sent off late

Bob will serve his red-card suspension in Minnesota’s next regular season match on September 29 against New York City FC (8 pm ET | TV & streaming info).

Each Club is entitled to two unsuccessful appeals per season, including playoffs. Since Colorado’s appeal was successful, the team maintains its two unsuccessful appeals for any future dismissals in the 2018 season (including the playoffs). Since Minnesota United’s appeal was unsuccessful, MNUFC has one unsuccessful appeal remaining this season.