Premier League News: Liverpool’s Klopp faces FA charges after red card against Man City

    Jurgen Klopp has been charged by the Football Association (FA) for his actions during Liverpool’s Premier League victory over Manchester City on Sunday.

    The Reds manager was red-carded late as his side won 1-0 at Anfield after he criticized the assistant referee when Mohamed Salah failed to call a foul at the touchline.

    Klopp took credit in his post-match comments, admitting he overstepped the mark by being sent into the stands by referee Anthony Taylor.

    The 55-year-old is allowed to stay in the dugout ahead of Liverpool’s next match against West Ham, but in the meantime he was given a response before the end of the week to a formal charge of “improper” behavior.

    “Jürgen Klopp has been charged with violating FA E3 rule following the Premier League game between Liverpool and Manchester City on Sunday (10/16/22),” the FA said in a statement.

    “It is alleged that the behavior of the Liverpool manager in the 86th minute of this game was inappropriate and he has until Friday (10/21/22) to respond.”

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