GUY LUZON, the former Charlton manager, incredibly slapped one of his players in a furious exchange.
The ex-Addicks boss was involved in a heated exchange with Israel U21 star Ziv Morgan during which he struck the defender across the face.
The game itself was a European Championship play-off game against the Republic of Ireland.
Israel managed to qualify via a 3-1 penalty shoot-out win after a goalless draw in regulation and extra time.
Luzon, who was appointed as Israel U21 boss earlier this year, was pictured slapping Morgan just before extra-time commenced, seemingly incensed that his instructions were not being carried out.
Morgan flinched somewhat as he was hit, but the pair carried on with their heated discussion.
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While the Israeli players and technical staff seemed to miss what happened, fans online were far from impressed.
One user on Twitter wrote: "Guy Luzon is a disgrace to Israeli football."
A second user said: "What a joke of a person, shameful, and I'm not even talking about how bad of a coach Guy Luzon is (he's horrible)."
Luzon took charge of Israel's Under 21 side for the second time earlier this year having had a previous stint from 2010 that saw him manage them for three years.
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Luzon was in charge of Charlton for nine months from January to October in 2015.
He took charge of 36 games and won 12 of them.
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