Serie A: Roma coach Jose Mourinho handed 2 games suspension for ‘threatening’ officials | Football News

Roma coach Jose Mourinho has been banned for two games as punishment for his anger during a recent relegation when his side drew 2-2 with Verona in the Italian league. Mourinho, who was shown a red card, took to the pitch on Saturday to argue with the referee, after which they kicked the ball to the crowd.

However, this is not the first time Jose Mourinho will step down due to his behavior this season. In a game against Napoli early in the season, Mourinho was twice booked by government officials.

The former Spurs boss according to reports is disrespectful and questioning the official call. He shouted “They sent him … Juve sent you”, meaning Juventus rivals were free to decide against his Roma team.

The Portuguese coach acted in a “scary” way, Serie A said in his disciplinary statement on Tuesday (February 22). The league is also fined 20,000 euros ($ 22,700). Eighth-placed Roma are unbeaten in their last three league games in all competitions, including one against Genoa-threatened relegation.

The move means Mourinho will not be on the line for Roma’s games in Spezia on Sunday and at home against Atalanta on March 5.

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