touchline ban

touchline ban

n
sport an official prohibition of a manager or coach from being present on or near the field during a match
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ARSENE Wenger has been handed a three-match touchline ban and a PS40,000 fine following a misconduct charge from the Football Association over comments he made about the refereeing of the game against West Brom.
The Portuguese was fined PS50,000 for comments made about referee Anthony Taylor prior to the draw with Liverpool and received a PS8,000 fine and one-game touchline ban for using abusive/and or insulting words towards a match official during last weekend's game with Burnley, when Mourinho was sent to the stands by referee Mark Clattenburg.
MOYES has been handed a one-match touchline ban for the game that could cost him his job.
A fine appears the most likely outcome for the Taylor comments, but Mourinho could be hit by a touchline ban following his Old Trafford dismissal.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes was only given a fine after being sent to the stands against Tottenham in September, but using abusive and/or insulting language sits in a higher band, with the standard penalty a fine and one-match touchline ban if it is accepted by the manager.
DEREK McINNES has avoided a touchline ban for the title run-in after successfully appealing his one-game suspension.
The Newcastle manager was given a two-match touchline ban and PS20,000 fine in August 2012 for pushing an assistant referee, and the commission is likely to take that offence into account when deciding on the sanction because it occurred within the last two seasons.
The Newcastle manager was given a twomatch touchline ban and PS20,000 fine in August 2012 for pushing an assistant referee, and the commission is likely to also take that offence into account because it occurred within the last two seasons.
NEWCASTLE United have asked assistant manager John Carver to step up to the plate during Alan Pardew's inevitable touchline ban.
The Welshman has avoided a touchline ban and is free to take control of his side in tomorrow's FA Cup third-round tie with Leicester.
After witnessing the 3-0 drubbing of title rivals Crawley while serving a touchline ban, Di Canio said: "Not ironically, I want to thank the FA for giving me the opportunity to watch from the stands.
THE FAW says that Bala Town boss Colin Caton did not breach the terms of a touchline ban following a complaint at the weekend.