West Ham United have just confirmed that both West Ham manager, Slaven Bilic and his assistant, Nikolia Jurcevic have been fined £8,000 each.

Both Bilic and Jurcevic have been fined after their behaviour in the recent game at home to West Bromwich Albion. After Sofiane Feghouli saw an equaliser disallowed in the first half assistant manager, Jurcevic ran down to the linesman to protest. After a few minutes of discussion, referee, Michael Oliver sent Jurcevic to the stands.

After some more debatable decisions Slaven Bilic picked up a microphone and threw it to the floor. Unsurprisingly Oliver once again came over and sent Bilic to the stands. The Hammers finished the game with Julian Dicks in charge.The club have just announced on the official twitter page that Bilic and Jurcevic have been spared a ban.

The two will return to the dugout on the 25th of February when the Hammers visit Watford at Vicarage road.

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