West Brom supervisor Slaven Bilic has been fined £8,000 after admitting to a designate of “rotten conduct” all through his side’s defeat to Everton.
The Croatian, 52, became despatched off at half-time after drawing close to referee Mike Dean on the Goodison Park pitch.
After the 5-2 loss Bilic talked about he wished to know why Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s first goal for Everton became awarded by the video assistant referee, having first and main been dominated out.
He talked about he did not reveal at Dean.
The rotten conduct designate handed out by the Soccer Affiliation may also believe carried a two-match touchline ban if proof of abusive or insulting language became came upon.
However a Soccer Affiliation spokesperson talked about Bilic had been fined £8,000 after “accepting the long-established penalty”.
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