Sheffield Wednesday's Carlos Carvalhal given two-match ban
Last Updated: 08/09/17 3:53pm
Sheffield Wednesday's manager Carlos Carvalhal will serve a two-match touchline ban with immediate effect.
The 51-year-old Portuguese was sent to the stands by the referee after clashing with his opposite number at Bolton, Phil Parkinson, following Barry Bannan's challenge on Filipe Morais during a Carabao Cup game in August.
He was subsequently charged with misconduct by the Football Association and found guilty at an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing.
He has also been fined £4,000, while Parkinson has been fined £2,000 after admitting misconduct and accepted the standard penalty.
The first game of his touchline ban will be Wednesday's match against Nottingham Forest, live on Sky Sports on Saturday evening.