West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Mowbray has been charged by the FA after his final whistle outburst at referee Nigel Miller on Tuesday.
The Baggies boss will face a charge of ’improper conduct and using abusive and insulting words’ following his angry confrontation with the official after his side’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at The Hawthorns.
Mowbray stormed on to the pitch and was seen to shout and gesticulate at Miller. He now has until November 23 to respond.
The Baggies boss was left fuming after the Owls’ equaliser - which came in the sixth minute of injury-time, after a minimum of just three had been indicated, and following what Mowbray insisted was a foul on his defender Carl Hoefkens.
He said in the post-match press conference: "Where do you start. I’ve got to be careful, he (Miller) has already told me he’ll be reporting the conversation - I think an injustice has been done.
"For me it’s a blatant foul and the fourth official is telling me that time is finished.
"It was over by three minutes when we got a goal-kick. Our game has got the best referees in the world but tonight is very hard to take, there were some strange decisions."
Meanwhile, West Brom must wait a fortnight before they learn the full extent of Kevin Phillips’ knee injury.
The Baggies’ top scorer underwent a scan on Wednesday after Tuesday's match.
Mowbray said: "The results (of the scan) showed Kevin has suffered some damage to his left knee.
"However, no-one can predict how long he will be out or whether he will require surgery until the knee has had chance to settle down properly. That usually takes around two weeks so we will have a clearer picture by then."
Mowbray refused to be drawn on how long he thought Phillips would be out.
He added: "We have ruled him out of our thoughts for the time being but it is pointless speculating on how long he will be out until we have got the full facts."