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One-match ban for Chelsea goalkeeper coach

Published: Wednesday 4 April 2012, 10.22CET
After his dismissal for dissent in the quarter-final first leg at SL Benfica, Chelsea FC goalkeeper coach Christophe Lollichon will serve a one-match ban in the second leg.
One-match ban for Chelsea goalkeeper coach
UEFA's Control and Disciplinary Body has handed down a one-match ban to Christophe Lollichon ©UEFA.com

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Published: Wednesday 4 April 2012, 10.22CET

One-match ban for Chelsea goalkeeper coach

After his dismissal for dissent in the quarter-final first leg at SL Benfica, Chelsea FC goalkeeper coach Christophe Lollichon will serve a one-match ban in the second leg.

Chelsea FC goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon has been suspended for one UEFA competition match by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body, and will not be able to sit on the bench at tonight's UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg against SL Benfica in London.

Lollichon was dismissed from the dugout for dissent during last week's first leg in Lisbon, which Chelsea won 1-0. An appeal may be lodged against the verdict within three days of the dispatch of the reasoned decision.

Last updated: 10/05/14 1.56CET

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