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Liverpool and Newcastle coaches banned, fined and cautioned for misconduct after Fabio Carvalho stoppage-time winner at Anfield


Liverpool and Newcastle United managers have been banned, fined and cautioned following an altercation on the touchline.

John Achterberg and Daniel Hodges have both admitted their behavior after things heated up in a Premier League clash on August 31.

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Carvalho scored a 98th-minute winner for Liverpool against Newcastle last week

The midfielder then celebrated in front of the benches which gave rise to a few angry scenes between the coaches of the two teams

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The midfielder then celebrated in front of the benches which gave rise to a few angry scenes between the coaches of the two teams

There was a disagreement between the two benches

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There was a disagreement between the two benches

The incident came in the dying moments when Fabio Carvalho scored a winner in a 2-1 victory for Jurgen Klopp’s side eight minutes after stoppage time.

This caused outrage in the Magpies camp as only five minutes of added time were reported.

Newcastle performance chief Hodges, defender Fabian Schar and Liverpool goalkeeping coach Achterberg got themselves in hot water

Achterberg was seen sticking two fingers to Newcastle’s dugout, while a bottle was allegedly thrown at Liverpool’s bench.

The FA charged the pair and have now issued a statement.

“The managers of Liverpool FC and Newcastle United FC have been banned, fined and cautioned for breaching FA rule E3 during their Premier League match on Wednesday 31 August 2022,” the FA wrote.


“John Achterberg and Daniel Hodges both admitted their behavior in the 98th minute was inappropriate, and the Liverpool FC manager also admitted he used abusive and insulting gestures.

“An independent regulatory commission has fined the coaches of Liverpool FC and Newcastle United FC £7,000 and £6,000 respectively, banning them from the touchline for one game and warning them of their future conduct. “



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