Dundee United manager Peter Houston will serve a two-game touchline ban for comments criticising officials after the defeat by Aberdeen on 2 January.
Houston accepted the penalty offered by the Scottish FA's compliance officer.
The United boss was unhappy his side were not awarded a penalty and also events leading up to the Dons' equalising goal.
He will miss the games against Celtic and Motherwell.
United lost 2-1 to Aberdeen in their first fixture of the new year but Houston was unhappy with the officials, in particular the assistant referee Alan Mulvanny.
Houston felt his side should have had a penalty and they also should have been awarded a throw-in during the lead-up to the Dons' equalising goal.
The United boss speaking to BBC Scotland after the match said: "The assistant did not get involved at the penalty but certainly got involved in the equaliser.
"As far as I'm concerned, the assistant linesman on this side, I have to question his capability to perform at this level. Maybe it's too much for him."