Jurgen Klopp has been banned from the touchline for Aston Villa’s clash with referee Paul Tierney during Liverpool’s win over Tottenham Hotspur. German coach Per
received a yellow card by Tierney as a warning. After celebrating in front of fourth referee John Brooks as Diogo Jota scored the winning goal,
Klopp said after the game that words from Tierney when handing him a yellow card That’s not a good word. Ready to ask if this director has any problems with them?
The FA decided to charge Klopp and the 55-year-old finally admitted his words were inappropriate. This resulted in a two-match ban and a £75,000 fine,
but Klopp will immediately replace the one-match ban, meaning he will miss the weekend’s match against Villa. Another match ban will be suspended until the end of next season. the UFABET report
The FA has released a transcript of events and conversations between Tierney and Klopp. Documents from the FA say Brooks informed Tierney.
Knowing that Klopp ran to celebrate in front of him and should have been shown a yellow card,
Brooks did not view Klopp’s actions as being aggressive or threatening but rather misguided. Didn’t see Klopp’s action and asked for advice on whether it was a yellow card or not.
VAR reviewed footage of the incident and suggested a yellow card should be given to Klopp, which Tierney overheard. walked over and took out a yellow card and said, “Okay… I have to give out a yellow card… It might be a red card but I’ll give you a yellow card. He said it should be a yellow card. We’ll give the defendant the benefit, don’t do anything other than this…”
The FA also stated that Klopp’s actions and his celebrations were not the cause of the charge. But because of his post-game words. The remarks included implying that Tierney had a bias against Liverpool.