Moyes gets touch­line ban

The Sun (Malaysia) - - SPORTS -

SUN­DER­LAND man­ager David Moyes (car­i­ca­ture) will serve a one-match touch­line ban when his strug­gling side travel to Bournemouth in the Pre­mier League on Satur­day af­ter he ad­mit­ted to a Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion mis­con­duct charge yes­ter­day. Moyes was or­dered off the touch­line dur­ing Wed­nes­day’s 1-0 League Cup fourth-round loss away to Southamp­ton. The for­mer Ev­er­ton and Manch­ester United man­ager was sent to the stands af­ter com­plain­ing about a de­ci­sion by ref­eree Chris Ka­vanagh not to award a late penalty when Maya Yoshida ap­peared to trip Vic­tor Anichebe in the box. Scot­tish boss Moyes said af­ter­wards he had had been dis­missed for swear­ing at fourth of­fi­cial James Ad­cock. Moyes, whose side are bot­tom of the Pre­mier League ta­ble and are with­out a win in 10 games, chose not to ap­peal against the charge and the en­su­ing pun­ish­ment, with the ban ac­com­pa­nied by an £8,000 (RM 41,114) fine.

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