London, November 14: Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has been banned from European competition for one match, UEFA has announced.
This decision has been taken as Tottenham were late to kick-off in their 0-1 defeat against Royal Antwerp on October 29, Goal.com reported.
After investigation, Mourinho was found to be responsible for the late kick-off at Bosuilstadion in Antwerp last month. As per a report in Goal.com, the suspension has been deferred for a probationary period of one year, starting from the date of the present decision. Mohamed Salah Spotted Dancing at Brother’s Wedding Days Before Testing COVID-19 Positive, Fans Label Liverpool Star ‘Irresponsible’ (Watch Video).
Along with this one match ban for Mourinho, Tottenham has also been fined 25,00 euros for being responsible for the late kick-off. The side has also been charged 3000 euros for violating the UEFA equipment guidelines.
Tottenham are currently placed at the top of Group J in the Europa League.
Tottenham will next take on Manchester City in the Premier League on November 21. Mourinho's men will then play host to Ludogorets in the Europa League.
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