Jose Mourinho will not face a penalty from the football club, as it has no proof that he swore in Portuguese during Manchester United’s 3-2 win over Newcastle on October 6th. A statement from the FA read: “An accusation of Jose Mourinho for allegedly using language that was abusive and/or abusive and/or incorrect has been found not proved following an independent legislative commission’s hearing today.
However, Mourinho was spotted and said something in Portuguese to the cameras after the final whistle. It was alleged that his remarks were “violent and/or offensive and/or incorrect.” Mourinho chose to appeal the fee so he was present in the dugout for United’s Premier League matches against Chelsea and Everton as well as the Champions League defeat to Juventus. United rallied from two goals against Newcastle earlier this month to ensure a memorable 3-2 victory in Old Trafford under the cloud of a report that the manager would be fired regardless of the outcome of the Premier League meeting.
Such a speech apparently showed that tensions boiled on full time, with footage that showed that Mourinho made comments on Portuguese, at one point looking at a camera as he headed towards the tunnel after the final whistle. United strongly opposed the subsequent FA tax to use abuse, offensive or incorrect language, and an independent regulatory commission decided not to sanction the leader after a hearing on Wednesday.