The European Football Federation, UEFA, has just issued a penalty for Jose Mourinho for improper behavior.
Earlier this month, UEFA accused coach Jose Mourinho of insulting / insulting the referee of the Europa League final. Europe’s most powerful football body intends to issue a penalty for the “Special One”.
Not only Mourinho, the UEFA Disciplinary Committee also determined that AS Roma members, players and fans engaged in inappropriate behavior such as quarreling, causing disorder or lighting flares.
Therefore, UEFA also introduced many crimes for the Italian representative. The latest, UEFA announced: ” Suspended AS Roma head coach, Mr. Jose Mourinho, for the next 4 matches of the European Cup for insulting the referee.”
Roma were fined 50,000 euros and banned from selling tickets to away fans in the next European Cup match for uncontrolled setting off fireworks, throwing objects, causing damage and disturbing the crowd. They paid an additional 5,000 euros for the improper behavior of the players and the coaching staff.
On June 1, Roma lost to Sevilla 1-4 on penalties. In 120 minutes of official play, the Italian representative took the lead, but was equalized by the opponent.
Coach Mourinho was often angry with referee Anthony Taylor during the match, especially when he refused to give Roma a penalty when Fernando let the ball touch his hand in the penalty area.
After the match, he called Taylor “a disgrace, an asshole, a pile of trash”. Despite being dissuaded, the former MU coach continued to curse: “Are you satisfied? Congratulations, you bastard.”