FA appeals against decision to clear Mourinho of foul language charge

FA appeals against decision to clear Mourinho of foul language charge

FA appeals against decision to clear Mourinho of foul language charge

Detailing their reasons for their decision, the commission agreed with Mourinho that "it was common for Portuguese people to express feelings of vindication or success after long suffering by using such phrases without them being directed to anyone in particular".

He will hope to feature for United when they tackle Manchester City this weekend in the Premier League derby clash.

The FA confirmed they will appeal the ruling in a brief statement: 'Having carefully considered the Written Reasons of the Independent Regulatory Commission relating to the case involving Jose Mourinho, The FA can confirm it is appealing the decision'.

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The Chilean global was unhappy with manager, Jose Mourinho, after he was dropped earlier this season and reports claimed few weeks ago that the 29-year-old is considering leaving Old Trafford.

The FA was understood to be submitting its documents to the appeal board on Wednesday, while United will get a chance to see that submission before both parties settle on a date for the hearing.

"The written reasons for that decision were published on Wednesday and the FA has chose to challenge the ruling, meaning Mourinho could still face punishment". "The words mouthed were a Portuguese colloquial profanity", read the report. He also argued that his words were "entirely inaudible, were directed to no-one, were comprehensible only to a person possessed of sufficient lip reading skills and a deep expertise in Portuguese colloquialisms".

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Valente then argued that it was important to pay heed to the context within which the phrase was said.

"We find that JM was celebrating victory without aiming the words at anyone in particular". Thus, the objective person would have had to lip read JM's mouth and interpret Portuguese colloquialisms to accurately decipher the comments.

So lost has the 29-year-old looked that he is generating more transfer talk 12 months on from his deal with the Red Devils, with Jose Mourinho struggling to bring the best out of him.

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"The United boss said "fodas filhos de puta", roughly translated as 'f*** off sons of b*****s" as he walked down the Old Trafford touchline following the win.

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