Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Jurgen Klopp should face a heavier ban and fine. After being slammed by the FA for comments about referee Paul Tierney, the
German has been handed a one-match ban from the sidelines for their meeting with Aston Villa. And has been suspended for one match until the end of the month. May next year if he repeats the same offense during the next 12 months.
The AF charged Klopp with comments after the win over Tottenham Hotspur, in which he celebrated in front of fourth referee John Brooks for displeasure. with the decision of Tierney in the previous stroke
Details of the incident from the FA say Brooks advised Tierney to hand Klopp a yellow card for doing so, with Tierney saying it was “probably”. A red card was given but he did not see the incident.
Klopp, speaking after the game. Speculated that Tierney may have been biased against his side, prompting the PGMOL to respond and the FA charged him for the reason
. Pep has been sparring in the media since the start of the season and this time the former Villa player thinks the 55-year-old should face a harsher punishment.
“Why didn’t he get another ban for running provocatively in front of the fourth referee,” Agbonlahor told UFABET. ” You
can’t do that. The fourth referee has no right to vote for the game. He didn’t deserve to be treated like that by Jurgen Klopp. I think he deserves a ban and a bigger fine.