West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has escaped a touchline ban after accepting an FA misconduct charge
The Hammers manager was sent to the stands after throwing a television microphone to the ground immediately after his side conceded an added time equaliser at the London Stadium on Saturday.
Bilic – whose assistant Nikola Jurcevic was also sent off midway through the first half after a West Ham goal was ruled out for offside – was highly critical of the performance of referee Michael Oliver.
But after deciding against contesting the charges, both Bilic and Jurcevic have accepted the standard £8,000 fine for their offences.
West Ham boss Bilic was sent to the stands in the 2-2 draw with West Brom for his actions
That leaves Bilic free to take up his usual place in the dug-out when his side return to Premier League action at Watford on 25th February.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold insists the club feels "cheated" they received only £25million from Marseille last month for Dimitri Payet.
The deal marked a £14m profit on the playmaker who forced the move back to his former club after making it clear he wanted to return to France after just 18 months in the Premier.
David Gold insists West Ham feel 'cheated' for only getting £25m for Dimitri Payet
And Gold said: "My only regret I suppose is that he was sold for £25m and I think he was worth more.
"I think in an open market he would have fetched £30-35m. I think the fans feel a bit cheated and that they didn't get full value.
"He insisted on only going to Marseille. It was one club bidding, so that depressed the price. It was £25m instead of maybe £35m.
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"I don't think he handled it very well. Does anybody? I suppose the answer is we are disappointed but we have to move on. There is life after Dimitri Payet."