Chelsea "angry and deeply embarrassed" over touchline incident involving Jose Mourinho

Posted October 24, 2018

Mourinho has been linked with the job at the Bernabeu as a replacement for Julen Lopetegui, who has struggled since taking over in the summer.

Manchester City brushed aside Burnley 5-0 to pull clear at the top of the Premier League on Saturday after Chelsea snatched a point in a dramatic late finish against Manchester United.

In Monday's news conference ahead of a Champions League match against Juventus, Mourinho didn't like the questions he was getting so he made a decision to answer his own.

Speaking to the Times, Barkley explained his decision: "I got them at a young age and sometimes when you are young you do stupid things and not think about it". "I have a contract until the final day and I would like to stay after my contract runs out as well".

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Depending on how Dean and his incidents view the episode, Mourinho and Ianni could face an improper conduct charge in the coming days.

"I believe I'm a better player now", he said. "There is nothing to hide and Alexis is out".

Ianni celebrated Ross Barkley's stoppage-time equaliser for the Blues in front of the visiting bench at Stamford Bridge, much to the annoyance of Jose Mourinho.

Maurizio Sarri apologised to Manchester United and admitted Chelsea were in the wrong after one of his coaches sparked a furious touchline row with José Mourinho.

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Mourinho launched an unexpected defence of Ianni ahead of Tuesday's Champions League clash with Juventus after England Women manager Phil Neville called for the "absolutely disgraceful" behaviour to see the Italian sacked. I don't think he deserves anything more than the fact his club was strong with him.

"I have spoken with the member of my staff and then I bring him to speak with Mourinho to say sorry to him". 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.

"In the second half we dropped more, we let them have more possession and we made some silly mistakes so they got some counter-attacks".

"He apologised to me". But I would really like the boy not to go through more than that.

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