April 1 (Reuters) - Sampdoria coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has been given a two-match touchline ban after being sent off at the end of Sunday's goalless draw against Fiorentina, Serie A's disciplinary tribunal said on Tuesday.
A statement said the Serb was sanctioned "for having argued theatrically with the refereeing officials, taking on an intimidatory attitude in a confrontation with the fourth official and then, following the consequent dismissal from the field of play, in a confrontation with the match delegate."
The tribunal also handed Chievo defender Nicolas Frey a three-match ban for kicking Mario Balotelli during their 3-0 defeat by AC Milan on Saturday.
The incident was missed by match officials and video evidence was used to reach the decision, the tribunal said.
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