What Jose Mourinho reportedly said in Portuguese which could get him banned - football

What Jose Mourinho reportedly said in Portuguese which could get him banned

Jose Mourinho is alleged to have sworn in Portuguese after Manchester United’s win (Picture: BT Sport)
Jose Mourinho is facing a possible touchline ban after swearing into a TV camera following Manchester United’s dramatic 3-2 victory over Newcastle.
United completed a second-half comeback with goals from Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez and emotions spilled over as Mourinho made his way towards the Old Trafford tunnel after the final whistle.
While making a gesture with his little finger, Mourinho, according to The Times, is alleged to have said ‘fodas filhos de puta’ in Portuguese which translates as ‘f*** off, sons of bitches’.
More: NewsHow to delete your Google+ account after huge data breachWho is Gwyneth Paltrow's husband Brad Falchuk as she launches Goop pop-up in London"France boss Didier Deschamps explains Alexandre Lacazette snub The comment was directed down the lens of BT Sport’s camera and many viewers picked up on the manager’s rant.
Mourinho’s comments are being investigated by the FA and the former Chelsea boss could be banned for United’s trip to Stamford Bridge on October 20.
Alexis Sanchez scored United’s winner at the death (Picture: Getty)
United legends Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand have been heavily critical of Mourinho in recent weeks and the Portuguese complained of a ‘manhunt’ after Saturday’s win.
‘It is the first time I see manhuntin...
source: metro-newcastle
URL source: http://metro.co.uk/tag/newcastle-united-fc/