FA questions Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to explain the comments he made to the press ahead of the Manchester derby.
The Portuguese saw his Manchester United side beaten 2-1 by arch rivals Manchester City in Sunday’s Premier League clash, which was marred by a post-match fight in the tunnel at Old Trafford.
The FA has already questioned both clubs for their report concerning about the incident, which reportedly saw Mourinho splashed with milk.
However Mourinho may land himself in hot water for the comments made about arch rivals accusing them of lack and no show of sportsmanship saying “A little bit of wind and they fall”.
Mourinho likewise hit out at City’s use of “strategic fouls” to break down play as he starts up with mind games with old opponent Pep Guardiola heading into the derby.
A FA explanation read: “The FA has asked for reports from Jose Mourinho for comments made during press duties and the remarks he made on Friday 8 December, before last Sunday’s match against Manchester City.
“He has until 6pm on Monday 18 December to react.”
City triumphed thanks to goals from David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi to move 11 points clear at the top point of the Premier League table.
Yet, the two clubs could be issue with the FA after post-match conflicts in the tunnel allegedly observed punches throwed among players.
Mourinho was said to have moved toward the City dressing room, due to the miserable uproarious of music being played after Guardiola’s side proved to be the best in the league and in Manchester.