Expert in controversial proposals in front of the media, José Mourinho reiterates his criticism of a referee. The Portuguese could suffer a sanction from the competent authorities.
These days, the statements made by Special One were aimed at AS Roma players. At the end of November, the coach, who worked for Chelsea and Real Madrid, strongly criticized these young people, with tropical youthful tendencies. After the match of the season in Europe against Servette (1-1), the coach was there before being outside, without a match.
This same, before the meeting with Sassuolo, José Mourinho and the criticisms of the match referee, Matteo Marcenaro.
“Mancini will get a yellow card…”
Taquin, the Portuguese an exercise in pressure on the refereeing: “I’m worried about the referee, we’ve had him as fourth official three times and I don’t think he has the emotional stability for games like this. This means that this person’s profile is at this level. (…) We have often had bad luck with him… You will see that tomorrow (Sunday), with (Matteo) Marcenaro, (Gianluca) Mancini will have a yellow card after 10 minutes and will miss Fiorentina”.
Finally, Sassuolo returns a red card and is included 2-1, and Gianluca Mancini is not able to negotiate the match.
A sanction for Mourinho?
This offensive outing could nevertheless have consequences. According to information from the Gazzetta du Sport, the FIGC (Italian (Site notre blog d’information) Federation) opened disciplinary proceedings to meet the AS Roma instructor. The prosecutor revealed that José Mourinho had violated two articles – 4 and 23 – of the Code of Sports Justice, by making statements prejudicial to the principles of loyalty, accuracy and probity.
What sanctions does José Mourinho encourage? A fine, it seems, as well as a suspension. AS Roma, who played at Sassuolo, were 4th in Serie A and were members of Fiorentina’s squad for next weekend.