By Richard Parks
Leeds United fans have taken to Twitter to express their anger and frustration after Middlesbrough attacker Adama Traore won his red card appeal.
The Football Association announced on their official social media account on Tuesday night that an independent commission had overturned the red card Traore was given against Sunderland last Saturday.


It means Traore will be available to face Leeds this Friday night and also ensures manager Tony Pulis won’t have to go without the key wide man in what is a pivotal stage of the season.
Traore was given a straight red after appearing to raise his hands to Sunderland’s Bryan Oviedo in Saturday’s dramatic Wear-Tees derby at the Stadium of Light.
The winger was furious at the decision and had to be ushered down the tunnel after attempting to air his frustrations at the fourth official in the technical area.
Tony Pulis felt Traore had been provoked and Boro’s subsequent appeal has now proved successful.
Traore has been Boro’s shining light since Pulis took charge and has a hugely important role in the Welshman’s game-plan.
Leeds fans are well aware of the super-quick player’s value and took to social media to detail why they are unhappy at the FA overturning the four-match ban and insisted it would not have happened to one of their players.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

In other Leeds United news, the club have agreed the terms of an £8.5million deal, with the first payment scheduled for the summer.

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