Date: 24th October 2011 at 6:47pm
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Ishmael Miller has pleaded guilty to a charge of misconduct, for comments he made on twitter after the 1-0 defeat at Coventry a fortnight ago.

The official site says Miller will now await the decision from the FA to find out what his punishment will be.

Miller reacted to criticism from a section of the travelling Forest support at the Ricoh Arena and posted his comments on Twitter after the game. He later withdrew his tirade and apologised for his outburst.

Since signing from West Brom in the summer, Miller has scored 4 goals in his 13 appearances. According to the BBC new boss Steve Cotterill has banned all players from using the social networking site.

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