Touchline ban for Jurgen Klopp. Following his red card against Man City, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was given a one-match suspension and fined £30,000 by the Football Association. Following an FA appeal about his red card,will serve a one-match touchline suspension against Southampton on Saturday. The Liverpool manager lost his temper with the assistant referee during the match against Man City and was later penalized with improper conduct. He felt Mohamed Salah ought to have been awarded a free kick.
Initially, the Liverpool manager was only fined for his outburst instead of receiving a suspension. However, the FA successfully contested the independent regulatory commission’s judgment, which led to a new punishment for Klopp. The Reds face a Southampton team that has a new manager after Ralph Hasenhuttl was replaced by Nathan Jones. The Saints have lost two of their last three Premier League games.
The manager of Liverpool FC has been immediately suspended from the sidelines for one game, fined £30,000, and issued a warning for his future behavior, according to a statement from the FA. Before their Premier League encounter against Manchester City FC on Sunday, October 16, 2022, Klopp had earlier acknowledged breaking FA Rule E3, for which he was fined £30,000.
Liverpool has scored at least twice in each of its past nine victories over Southampton (L1) in the Premier League. The team’s final game before the World Cup break is on Saturday, so the manager won’t be back on the sidelines for Liverpool until December. On December 20, Liverpool will play Manchester City in the EFL Cup.
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