LIVERPOOL coach John Achterberg and Newcastle opposite number Dan Hodges have both been banned and fined for last month’s Premier League flare-up.
The pair clashed in the aftermath of Liverpool’s stoppage-time winner from Fabio Carvalho on August 31.
Carvalho scored in the 98th minute after “a minimum of five minutes” additional time was signalled but the goal sparked a touchline tear-up between the two.
Both Achterberg and Hodges admitted “improper behaviour”.
The Liverpool coach also accepted he used “abusive and insulting gestures” after flashing a V-sign at Anfield.
The duo both received one-match touchline bans and were warned about their future conduct with Achterberg fined £7,000 and Hodges ordered to pay £6,000.
The rival benches confronted each other after Carvalho scored with the last kick of the game.
A member of the Toon staff threw objects in the direction of the home team’s technical area.
Jurgen Klopp and his staff had been fuming about Newcastle players’ time-wasting by going down injured.
Liverpool’s match away at Chelsea was originally scheduled for Sunday.
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However, due to the Queen’s funeral on Monday, the Premier League showdown has been postponed as police resources are severely stretched.
That means the Reds’ next game is at home to Brighton on October 1.
Newcastle, meanwhile, host Bournemouth at St James’ Park on Saturday afternoon.