Jurgen Klopp CHARGED by FA for IMPROPER CONDUCT following Red Card in Liverpool win over Man City

The Football Association have charged Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with improper conduct, following his sending off against Manchester City last weekend.

The German tactician saw red in Liverpool’s 1-0 win over the reigning Premier League champions Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday but he went berserk after feeling Mohamed Salah should have been awarded a free-kick following a tangle with Bernardo Silva.

He subsequently had a go at the assistant referee, which led match official Anthony Taylor to send him off.

Klopp has now been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3, after it was alleged his behaviour was improper. He now has until Friday to provide a response, which means he will be on the touchline for the team’s next game against West Ham United in midweek (Wednesday). However, he could face a ban or a fine is the charge is successful.

Klopp has already apologized for his actions during the match. He revealed: “Something snapped in that situation, I’m not proud of that,” he said. “I deserved a red card, and the way I looked in this moment is not right.”

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