Phil Parkinson Handed Misconduct Fine by The FA

  • September 08, 2017 | By Chris Mann
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Phil Parkinson has been fined £2,000 by The Football Association after accepting a charge of misconduct in Bolton's Carabao Cup victory over Sheffield Wednesday.

Parkinson was sent to the stands by match referee David Webb, following his reaction to a challenge by Owls midfielder Barry Bannan on Filipe Morais.

Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal was also dismissed from the touchline in that game, before becoming involved in a confrontation with supporters and stewards that prompted further investigation.

Carvalhal has also been charged by The FA, with his punishment double that of Parkinson's - at £4,000 - while he has also been hit with a two-match touchline ban as the case was his second misconduct charge within the space of the last 12 months.

Sheffield Wednesday Performance Direction Andy Kalinins, who raced into the stands during Carvalhal's incident with a steward, will also serve a two-match touchline ban and has been fined £3,000.

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