The German coach, Jurgen Klopp, the coach of the Liverpool team, who includes the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, received a two-match ban and a fine of 75,000 pounds sterling, after his comments against Paul Tierney, the referee of the Tottenham match in the English Premier League.
And the FA statement read: “Jurgen Klopp admitted that his comments about the match referee during media interviews after the match constitute inappropriate behavior because they involve bias and question the referee’s integrity, which are personal and offensive comments and lead to the disrepute of the match.”
Jurgen Klopp was suspended from one match after referee Paul Tierney was accused of bias after Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Tottenham last month, and Klopp received a touchline ban after his comments on the match, with the first activated immediately, and the second match suspended until the end of the 2023 season. 24 provided that he does not commit any further wrongdoing in the meantime.-
And the Reds had achieved a fatal victory over Tottenham, 4-3, last month in the English Premier League, and he went out after the match to criticize the match referee for bias.-
Liverpool ranks fifth in the English Premier League table with 65 points, and leads Manchester City with 85 points.
Liverpool is preparing to face its guest, Aston Villa, next Saturday evening, in the 37th round of the Premier League.