Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refused to speak to the media after he was sent to the stands during his side’s 2-1 defeat by West Ham on Saturday.
The Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho who is likely to face another Football Association sanction breaches the FA rule K.99.4.2. which states that the manager of any Premier League club has to be present for broadcasters to conduct interviews within 20 minutes of the final whistle.
The derby defeat was Chelsea’s fifth in their opening 10 league matches this season, and came after Mourinho, assistant first team coach Silvino Louro and midfielder Nemanja Matic were all sent off.
Louro was dismissed for his reaction to Matic’s second booking before half-time, while Mourinho was shown a red card for comments he made to referee Jon Moss during the interval.
Two goals from Zarate and Carroll inflicted more pains on Mourinho’s team as they were handed their fifth defeat of the season which now sees them sitting in 15th position after 10 league games.
On Friday, Mourinho had warned his relationship with the media would be changing after phone camera footage of him in west London was published.