Klopp thwarted by FA

On Thursday, the English Football Association announced that Liverpool head coach Jorgen Klopp will be suspended for one match with two rounds before the end of the national championship.

Klopp was penalized with a two-match ban, but the second-match ban was suspended until the end of next season, provided he committed no other infractions during that period.

Klopp has been penalized after statements he made to the media about referee Paul Tierney following Liverpool’s dramatic 4-3 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on 30 April.

Klopp received a yellow card in that match after he “infamously” celebrated Diogo Jota’s stoppage-time goal by clashing with fourth official John Brooks before accusing referee Paul Tierney of trying to “get back at Liverpool” after the match.

Klopp’s punishment comes at a defining moment for Liverpool in the English Premier League as he sits fifth with two rounds to go with 65 points, one point behind Newcastle and Manchester United, third and fourth place, respectively, with a large number of matches. play.

The German coach will miss Aston Villa’s game next Sunday at Anfield in matchday 37 of the English Premier League.

Source: agencies

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