Chelsea coach charged with improper conduct

Posted October 24, 2018

Maurizo Sarri intervened to apologise to Mourinho with both managers later confirming Ianni had also said sorry for his part in the incident, however, Willian said his reaction was due to the game being "emotional".

"I believe I'm a better player now". "I have a contract and until the final days of my contract I only think about Manchester United".

His strike was his 50th goal for English clubs - Liverpool and Chelsea - in just 83 games in all competitions.

The Manchester United manager reacted furiously to Ianni's goading after Maurizio Sarri's second assistant coach celebrated provocatively in front of the Portuguese after Ross Barkley's 96th minute equaliser.

Toby Alderweireld is also understood to be a target for United and Leicester City defender Harry Maguire was also high on Mourinho's shopping list over the summer.

The unprecedented level football fans that have taken to the polling booths and our referendum online has seen the poll storm way past the 5000 mark already, and with the arrival of Juventus this week in the Champions League, we're now at peak MUFC interest, the dial waving furiously on our patented United-ometer. Disgraceful. "If I was Maurizio Sarri I'd send that guy in and sack him from the club".

Mourinho had to be restrained as he tried to chase after Marco Ianni.

"But I went into it too quick and over the years I felt I wanted to get them removed, so I went through the process in the last couple of years." he said. It promoted Mourinho to attempt to confront Ianni before being held back by members of his coaching staff. "I think he deserves a second chance, I don't think he deserves to be sacked". I can not come here and tell everything, otherwise with my staff I am not credible.

"We were in the game playing well and in control we just needed to be a little bit more aggressive in the last third, a bit more fearless with the players feeling more freedom to express themselves to go in search of the goals". A team they have failed to beat away from home since October 2012, when Sir Alex Ferguson's men went to Stamford Bridge and won the three points through a David Luiz own goal, a well taken goal from Robin Van Persie and an incredible Javier Hernandez victor.