Parkinson escapes touch-line ban

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Charlton manager Phil Parkinson has escaped a touchline ban for improper conduct after his sending-off during the recent defeat at Carlisle.

Parkinson was sent to the stands by referee Mark Haywood for his remonstrations after the hosts were awarded a penalty.

The Addicks boss, who kicked a drinks bottle in frustration, was subsequently hit by an improper conduct charge under rule E3.

Despite denying the charge Parkinson was hit with a £250 fine and warned about his future conduct.

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