​Leeds boss Marsch given one-match touchline ban

Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has been banned for one match in the Premier League.

The Football Association have handed him a one-game touchline ban, as a result of his behaviour when Leeds lost to Brentford in September.

The American coach was furious at a penalty that Leeds did not get in the game on 3rd September, and was sent off by referee Robert Jones.

Marsch has also been fined £10,000, per the BBC, while he will serve the ban during their next league game.

Leeds next take on Aston Villa at home on October 2nd, as their weekend clash with Manchester United is postponed.