Real Sociedad manager David Moyes has been banned from the touchline for two games, according to reports.
The ban comes after Moyes' climbed into the stands after being dismissed for arguing an offside call during Wednesday's 2-2 draw with Villareal in the Copa Del Rey.
Moyes' was suspended one match for being sent off and one match for his trip into the stands. From The BBC:
"I shouldn't have argued with the referee but I thought both of the decisions were incorrect," Moyes said earlier on Friday.
"But I left the dugout and I went to watch the game in the stands. I am a football supporter as well and I wanted to watch the game with the supporters.
"I've been a supporter all my life. I go to a lot of football games and I thought the supporters were very good."
While in the stands, Moyes, 51, sat down and accepted potato chips from a nearby fan.
Real Sociedad (4-7-7) currently sits in 12th place in La Liga. Moyes in his his first year with the club following his brief stint with Manchester United, who sacked him in April.
- Chris Johnson