Reading midfielder Jay Tabb will miss the club's first two games of the new season through suspension.
Tabb was sent off at half-time in May's Championship play-off final defeat to Swansea for something he was believed to have said to officials in a tunnel incident which came after Swans were awarded a first-half penalty before going on to lead 3-0 at the break.
He will now miss the season's opener at home to Millwall and the Carling Cup first-round clash at Charlton.
First-team coach Nigel Gibbs was also sent to the stands at Wembley by referee Phil Dowd for a similar offence but has not been handed a suspension.
Meanwhile, the Royals went down 3-1 to Turkish top-flight side Karabukspor in their second friendly on their tour of Slovenia on Tuesday evening.
Brynjar Gunnarsson's header made it 1-1 but Brian McDermott's side were sunk by a hat-trick from former Turkey international Sinan Kaloglu.