Former PSG midfielder Thiago Motta was sent off during his first game in charge of the club's Under-19s team.
Motta racked up seven red cards over his playing career and felt the wrath of the officials again during his side's friendly defeat to Odense.
The 35-year-old was forced to pick a depleted side, with a number of his Under-19 regulars on tour with the senior squad in Asia, and seemingly took exception to several refereeing decisions.
After berating the officials at half-time, Motta was dismissed by the referee and was forced to watch the second half from the stands.
PSG ultimately lost 3-0 to Odense, much to the chagrin of Motta.
It remains to be seen if Motta can repeat such successes from the touchline, with the 38-year-old having been handed the PSG U-19s job following his retirement in the summer.