Jose Mourinho handed a touchline ban and fine

04 Nov 2016 | Written by Vijaya ; Edited by Rishikesh Malkhede
Jose Mourinho, the 'troubled one'?

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was handed one-match touchline ban and fined £58,000 for two FA misconduct charges.

Mourinho admitted to using abusive language towards referee Mark Clattenburg during half-time of Man United's match with Burnley. For this, he was fined £8,000 and banned for upcoming match against Swansea.

He was also slapped a fine of £50,000 for his remarks about referee Anthony Taylor.

In context: Jose Mourinho, the 'troubled one'?

As assistant coachMourinho's early coaching days

Jose Mourinho is a football coach from Portugal who currently manages English football club Manchester United for the 2016-17 season.

He started as an interpreter for Bobby Robson with Sporting Club Portugal in 1992. His role expanded into coaching and he moved to FC Porto with Robson, in 1993.

Mourinho worked as assistant manager for Barcelona from 1996 to 2000.

Jose's name to fameWinning Champions League with Porto

After short stints as manager with Portuguese clubs Benfica (2000) and Uniao de Leira (2001-1002), Mourinho was appointed to coach FC Porto.

With his tactical acumen, Jose led Porto to UEFA Cup victory in 2003 and UEFA Champions League title in 2004.

His impressive run at Porto made him the top management targets and was hired by English Premier League Club Chelsea, in 2004.

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Back-to-back Premier League titles with Chelsea

2004-2007Back-to-back Premier League titles with Chelsea

Mourinho described himself as the "Special One" on his arrival to Chelsea in 2004.

Under Mourinho Chelsea won their first Premier League title in 50 years during the 2004-2005 season.

He also guided them to a back-to-back premier league title in 2005-2006 season.

After a turbulent relationship with Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich, he left the Blues by mutual consent, in 2007.

Champions League with Inter Milan

Under Mourinho, Inter Milan won two Series A titles - 2008-09, 2009-10 and the 2010 Champions League. They achieved a Treble in 2010 (including the 2010 Italian Cup). He then moved to Real Madrid where he won the 2011-12 La Liga title.

Highs and LowsReturn to Chelsea and the sacking

Mourinho returned to Chelsea in 2013 and the Blues registered their fourth Premier League title in 2014-15, a third under Jose.

But, in the immediate 2015-16 season, Chelsea made a disastrous start losing a total of 9 in the opening 14 Premier League games, their worst ever start in more than three decades.

Owing to club's poor performance, Jose was sacked in Dec 2016.

2016As manager of Man United

Mourinho was appointed as the manager of Manchester United, replacing Van Gaal in May 2016.

The start to 2016-17 premier League season hasn't been a great one for the 'Special One'.

Man United so far lost three matches - to Watford, to Man City and Chelsea, and won 4 out of 10 matches played, occupying 8th place in the points table.

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The controversial oneMourhino and controversies

Jose Mourinho has a bad reputation for his antics and often gets into trouble for his comments.

Some of recent controversies include sexual discrimination lawsuit against him by former-Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro, where he allegedly insulted her using foul language, during his stint with Chelsea, in 2015.

In one of the latest episodes, he questioned referee Anthony Taylor's suitability to officiate match at Anfield.

The last bans for Jose

Previously, in Oct 2015, he was fined £50,000 for commenting that referees were afraid to award penalties against his side (Chelsea). Again in Nov 2015, Mourinho was given one-match stadium ban and £40,000 after going to speak to referee Jon Moss during half-time.

04 Nov 2016Jose Mourinho handed a touchline ban and fine

18 Feb 2017Mourinho not to throw away ManU's chances at FA Cup

Ahead of Manchester United's match against Blackburn Rovers, club's boss José Mourinho said that he won't throw away ManU's FA Cup chances.

While managing Chelsea in 2005, his side had lost to Newcastle United leading to their exit in fifth round of FA Cup.

He said that ManU will 'go serious' as they go to Blackburn in fifth round of FA Cup.