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Newcastle Boss Fined £100,000 For 'Headbutt'
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew was sent off during his side's match against Hull City after appearing to headbutt an opposing player.
Midfielder David Meyler barged into Pardew as he tried to get the ball for a throw-in during the second half of Saturday's match at the KC Stadium.
Pardew squared up to Meyler and was seen to move his head in the direction of the player. Referee Kevin Friend then sent him to the stands. He was later fined £100,000 for his behaviour.
Speaking to Sky Sports News after the match, which Newcastle won 4-1, Pardew said it was a "heat of the moment thing" he "massively regrets".
"I think I'm going to sit down now because that's two or three incidents I've been involved in. I think I'm going to sit now.
"I didn't meant to do anything aggressive but I moved my head forward and that's enough."
Hull boss Steve Bruce said the club had accepted Pardew's apology and wanted to move on from the incident.
"I think Alan knows he's been stupid and apologised.
"In the heat of the game we all do silly things and I think he regrets it. It's a game of football with emotions."
At least one bookmaker has suspended betting on the next Premier League manager to leave after the run-in.
Pardew has been involved in touchline clashes with three opposition managers in the last year, and was given a two-game ban for pushing an assistant referee in 2012.
Later that year he signed an eight-year contract extension up until 2020.
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