Football Association confirms Ian Holloway ban

FA confirms Holloway ban
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The FA confirms that Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway will not appeal his two-game ban for improper conduct.

The Football Association has confirmed that Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway will not appeal his two-game ban for improper conduct.

The 50-year-old was hit with the suspension as well as an £18,000 fine for comments that he made towards officials after his side's Premier League defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on August 18.

He was also sanctioned for questioning the performance of the officials in his post-match interviews with the media.

Holloway will miss the Eagles' upcoming Premier League fixtures away to Manchester United and at home to Swansea City.

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