Labadie, right, has now been suspended twice by The FA for biting.
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Joss Labadie, a midfielder for London-based club Dagenham & Redbridge, was suspended for six months by the English FA after he was found guilty of biting an opponent for the second time. 

By SI Wire
April 15, 2015

Joss Labadie, a midfielder for fourth-tier English club Dagenham & Redbridge, was suspended for six months by the English FA after he was found guilty of biting an opponent for the second time, the club announced Wednesday

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Labadie bit Stevenages's Ronnie Henry on the finger during a match on March 21. Stevenage manager Graham Westley said Henry "nearly lost his finger,"​ according to the BBC. Police launched an investigation into the incident. 

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Labadie, 24, was suspended for 10 games and fined about $2,965 last season while playing for Torquay United. He bit Chesterfield's Ollie Banks, who later posted a photo of his injury on Twitter. 

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Labadie is a product of West Bromwhich Albion's youth system and has spent his professional career bouncing between various third- and fourth-tier clubs. 

- Dan Gartland

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