Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following his dismissal against Swansea on Wednesday.
The Italian was sent to the stands by referee Neil Swarbrick in the main stands of Chelsea’s 1-0 win after indignantly dissenting to fourth authority Lee Mason when Swansea were granted an goal kick.
He later apologized to Swarbrick and Mason. He has until 6pm on Tuesday to react to the charge.
Conte, if discovered liable, will get a £8,000 fine and be cautioned about his future behaviour, yet will get away from a touchline boycott.
He likewise apologized for his conduct in the post coordinate question and answer session. ‘I believe it’s typical, it’s worth to apologize for what occurred amid the game,’ he said.
‘For beyond any doubt I committed an error. Now and then there is a ton of disappointment like for this situation yet at some point you can commit an error and I did this.’
The Italian was seen yelling in Mason’s face as he took his dissatisfactions out on the fourth authority after an goal kick was granted to the guests regardless of the ball seeming to touch Swansea’s Alfie Mawson last before going behind.
Conte at first situated himself only two places over the hole before being told to go additionally up into the stands far from the Chelsea seat.
Given his confirmation, Conte is probably going to control his discipline. It was the first occasion when he had been expelled in English football.