JURGEN KLOPP says his snarling face cost him Â£30,000.
Klopp said: âI know what I said and I know saying that from a further distance with a different face, it would have been completely fine.
âBecause I said, âHow can you not? How?â.
âSo itâs the most expensive face, Iâm not sure in the world but here.
âItâs a lot of money but I heard it will be invested in something good, so thatâs fine.
âShould I have got a ban? I donât know.
âI havenât followed other coaches who got shown a red card and what they got.â
Leeds boss Jesse Marsch served a one-match ban and was handed a Â£10,000 fine after he was red-carded at Brentford last month.
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When told of his opposite numberâs punishment ahead of the Whitesâ visit to Anfield on Saturday night, Klopp said: âIâm not happy or relieved.
âI was just waiting for the punishment, take it and go from there.â
Refereesâ charity ref Support UK criticised the FA for letting Klopp off.
They tweeted: âYet again the FA make money from the abuse of an individual but donât ban said individual.
âThis is nothing but the FA putting someone on the naughty step.â
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