Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill has been given a nine match suspension by the Rugby Football Union over his conduct in the Premiership final.
He was found guilty of using obscene, inappropriate and/or unprofessional language and behaviour towards fourth official Stuart Terheege.
Leicester beat 14-man Northampton Saints 37-17 to win a record 10th English title.
Cockerill had pleaded not guilty to the charges at a disciplinary hearing.
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