chelsea administrator Thomas Tuché was banned from the touchline for one game by the soccer association (FA) after a confrontation with the boss of Tottenham Hotspur Antonio Conte at the end of Sunday heated premier league draw at Stamford Bridge.
The managers briefly shook hands after the 2-2 draw, but tempers flared and the two had to be separated by players and staff from both teams.
Both managers also received red cards from referee Anthony Taylor following the fracas.
The FA said Tuchel’s ban had been temporarily suspended pending written reasons from the Independent Regulatory Commission for its decisions, which will be available at a later date.
Tuchel was also fined 35,000 pounds ($41,400), while Conte was fined 15,000 pounds after both managers admitted their behavior was inappropriate.



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