Kahn hit by Uefa ban
By Peter ORourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has been handed a one game ban by Uefa.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn will miss his side's UEFA Champions League clash with Milan after being banned for one game.
Kahn was handed the ban by Uefa following an outburst by the keeper during a post-match doping control after his side's clash with Real Madrid.
The former Germany international admitted losing his temper and sent a letter of apology to Uefa.
Despite his apology Kahn was banned for one game and fined é¼12,339 for improper conduct.
Kahn's team-mate Lucio was also fined é¼6,171 for his part in the row as he was also involved in doping test.
Both players have three days to appeal the punishments, but it looks likely Kahn will miss the trip to Milan on 3rd April.