Norwich boss set for ban

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Norwich manager Paul Lambert has been handed a one-game touchline ban by the Football Association Regulatory Commission.

Lambert was also fined £1,000 for improper conduct and use of abusive and/or insulting words during the match against Tranmere on April 2.

The suspensions will be served with immediate effect, meaning Lambert and Karsa will be in the stands for Saturday's match with Gillingham at Carrow Road where Norwich need just a point to be crowned champions.

Head of Football Operations Gary Karsa was also given a one-match touchline ban and fined £500 for improper conduct during the same match.

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