Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been charged with improper conduct by the English Football Association (FA) for his alleged misdemeanour during the Premier League meeting with Newcastle United at Old Trafford.
The improper conduct charge was conveyed in a statement from the FA.
According to the statement, Mourinho was said to have used insulting and/or improper and/or abusive language on camera after his Manchester United side came from two goals down to beat Newcastle United 3-2 in the Matchday 8 clash in the Premier League.
If he’s found guilty, the former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss could face a fine and/or touchline ban or both.
Jose Mourinho has had to contend with a lot of problems this season as Manchester United manager.
From poor form to player mutiny and the aforementioned FA charge is the latest in the series of his numerous problems.
The comeback victory went a long way to ease the pressure on him after earlier reports claimed that Jose Mourinho will be sacked as Manchester United manager no matter what happens against the Magpies.
Three second half goals from substitute Juan Manuel Mata, Anthony Martial and another substitute, Alexis Sanchez ensured that the Red Devils secured the three points at stake.