The Argentinian striker was shown the red card after kicking his opponent
Bobadilla then insulted the fourth official on his way off the field and, according to Monchengladbach's director of sport
"We cannot tolerate such behaviour," said Eberl on his club's website.
"Raul has damaged the team and his behaviour was fully unacceptable and therefore the disciplinary and financial measures reflect this."
Bobadilla has been ordered to pay a fine of
The 23-year-old has not done himself any favours with his actions, and may well be placed on the transfer market in January.
"He has ruined us," lamented his coach Michael Frontzeck, whose side were leading 1-0 at the time, but lost the game 2-1 to remain bottom of the Bundesliga.
"There can be no excuse for losing your nerve in such a way, especially in our situation."
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