Sheffield Wednesday head coach Carlos Carvalhal has been charged by the FA following his sending off during the match against Hull City according to a report from the Yorkshire Post.

During the 2-2 draw with Hull, which also ended badly for his counterpart as Hull manager Leonid Slutsky was sacked following the match, Carvalhal was sent off after getting too heated following a claim for a penalty that was not given. His time in the stands did not calm him down either as ranted during the post-match press conference about referee Michael Jones not giving the spot kick.

This has landed him in hot water as Carvalhal has been charged by the FA for this, with the Portuguese boss being given until 6pm to respond. This charge could land him with a fine or yet another ban. Carvalhal has become known for his anger towards referees and has already been in plenty of trouble during his reign at Hillsborough.

He was sent off during the match against Aston Villa back in March and he would also be sent into the stands after having a tussle with Bolton Wanderers head coach Phil Parkinson during their Carabao Cup match. This also landed him a £4,000 fine and a two match touchline ban. With Carvalhal being under a lot of pressure due to the Owls not challenging for promotion this season, the fact that he is getting into more trouble with the FA will be concerning to the ownership and fans alike. It could be this rather than results which result in his P45.


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