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.
“It related to an event at the end of Manchester United against Newcastle United played on October 6, 2018. Written reasons for the decision of the Independent Legislative Commission will be published on time. This decision may be appealed.” The Newcastle match was played with rumors that Mourinho faced chopping regardless of the outcome. After being 2-0 down half past six, United finally won the match 3-2.
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“I had anticipated the Premier League will conclude quickly. But it got to hear from my teammates that this is always the kind of game you get to play against United. United like to keep it slow.”