Barcelona coach Kuman has been suspended for two games

Barcelona manager, Ronald Koeman was sent off in two games by the Spanish FA (RFEF) on Thursday after receiving a red card in a 2-1 home win over Granada.

Ronald Koeman will miss LaLiga leaders’ visit to Atletico next Saturday.

The Dutchman’s disqualification will begin on Sunday with a trip to his former club Valencia.

Ronald Koeman was shown a red card after Darwin Machis equalized for Granada at the Nou Camp.

In his post-match report, the referee said the Barça coach had been warned about his behavior, insulted the fourth official and shouted at him “What a sign”.

The disqualification suspended by the Freedom Selection Committee is subject to “acts of discrimination or negligence against referees, directors or sports administrators” for which two games are the usual penalty.

Barcelona have confirmed they will appeal against Ronald Koeman’s suspension.

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