Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is obsessed with his archival, Arsene Wenger. He (more recently) never misses an opportunity to throw shades at the french man.
The Portuguese coach has branded his recent fine and one-match stadium ban by Football Association (FA) fine a “disgrace” after being ordered to pay £50,000. He was handed the hefty punishment yesterday after he claimed officials were afraid to award his team penalties after referee Robert Madley denied Chelsea a penalty during their 3-1 loss to Southampton.
The 52-year-old said that it could have only been worse if he was made to wear an electronic tag.
“I’m happy I don’t have an electronic tag. £50,000 is a disgrace. The possibility of getting a stadium ban is astonishing.”
“Afraid costs £50,000. Weak and naive – you can do it,” He added, taking a dig at the Arsenal coach who was unpunished for calling Mike Dean “weak” and “naive” following Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat by Chelsea last month. “We can push people in the technical area. We can, no problem.” He chipped in.