Hibernian manager Paul Heckingbottom has been given a three-match ban, among which can be suspended, for misconduct.
The Easter Road boss has been given a notice of criticism and was sent off by referee Kevin Clancy following an outburst of shock in the aftermath of the leveller in Leith at the 1-1 Premiership draw a month of Celtic.
Heckingbottom was found to have violated varicose Rule 203 – no member of team staff will commit misconduct at a FA disciplinary hearing – at a match.
After having a decision to award a foul had contributed to the visitors equaliser, Heckingbottom kicked at a water bottle in frustration that broke at referee Alan Mulvanny.
The Englishman admitted afterwards he should not have done that, but swore at official Nick Walsh, which resulted in his dismissal.
Heckingbottom will sit together with the third match of this ban suspended before the end of the season, in the stand to the two fixtures.
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