Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho who was was sent off at half time in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to West Ham at Upton Park will reportedly get recommendation to go for a anger management course by the Football Association.
It is believed that Mourinho refused to leave the referee’s room when he confronted Jon Moss during the interval.
The FA acted on Monday night after reviewing referee Moss’s extraordinary incident report detailing Mourinho’s behavior during the interval. There is also the possibility that the disciplinary commission will recommend — or instruct — Mourinho to take an anger management course according to the Daily Mail.
Having reviewed the match official’s incident report, the Mail are claiming that the FA are looking at a stadium ban for the Chelsea manager among other things.
“There is also the possibility that the disciplinary commission will recommend — or instruct — Mourinho to take an anger management course.”
Among a stream of insults aimed at Moss as the teams and coaching staff made their way down the tunnel at half-time, Mourinho told him: ‘Wenger was right — you are ****ing soft’.
That could relate to Moss failing to adequately censure Arsene Wenger when the Arsenal manager shoved him during an altercation at Stamford Bridge in October 2014. Moss was the fourth official when the incident took place and Chelsea’s manager has always believed that he would have been severely punished by the FA had he been the offender.