Despite receiving a red card during a heated 2-2 draw with Chelsea last weekend, Tottenham manager Antonio Conte is expected to remain on the sidelines for Wolves' visit on Saturday.
Confronting each other physically twice as the Italian celebrated Tottenham twice coming from behind to snag a point thanks to Harry Kane's 96th-minute equalizerbehavior, Conte and Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, who was also dismissed, engaged in violent altercations.
The Football Association has accused both coaches of illegal behaviour; they have until Thursday night to either accept or contest the charge.
Unlike when a player is sent off though, Conte and Tuchel will not necessarily receive a ban.
“We have to accept and have respect for every decision, but I think sometimes this type of situation can happen," Conte said on Thursday.
“It’s not the first time, it won’t be the last time that two coaches are not in the right way or do not agree.
"But the most crucial thing is that we must go on and respect one another. And that's where the matter ends for me.
After the game, Conte rekindled his feud with Tuchel by writing on Instagram that the German should have been cautioned for charging down the touchline to celebrate Reece James' goal that gave Chelsea a 2-1 lead.
You can learn a lot from situations like these, "Conte tacked on. "At the same time, I believe that I did a fairly good job of staying calm and not overreacting in many circumstances."
Cristian Romero, a center-back for Spurs, hurt himself against Chelsea and will miss the game on Saturday.