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Fri 04 November 2022 | 20:15

FA has decided to appeal Klopp’s punishment for red card

After looking at the facts provided by Liverpool, the Football Association has decided to rescind Klopp's Red card that he received against Manchester City

FA has decided to appeal the punishment that Klopp received in

Liverpool

's match against Manchester City.

The German manager lost his cool in the 1-0 win against

City

and charged towards assistant referee Gary Beswick, seemingly verbally assaulting him resulting in his eventual sending off.

Klopp himself admitted that he "lost it" after a penalty decision went against his team. An independent regulatory commission punished the manager £30,000 but did not issue a touchline ban.

Now FA has decided to appeal the independent commission's decision:

“The FA can confirm that it is appealing against the independent regulatory commission's sanction in relation to the recent case involving Jurgen Klopp after reviewing its written reasons,"

an FA spokesperson said.

"The independent regulatory commission fined Jurgen Klopp £30,000 for breaching FA rule E3 during Liverpool's Premier League game on Sunday 16 October 2022 against Manchester City."

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