UEFA announced that Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho was banned from directing a match. The reason was because the match between Spurs and Royal Antwerp in the Europa League started later than regulation.
New bad news came to coach Jose Mourinho after the European Football Federation (UEFA) has just issued a strict discipline for him after his undisciplined action with Tottenham in the cup Europe.
On the morning of November 14, UEFA has just announced a penalty for coach Jose Mourinho of Tottenham Hotspur. This was after the Portuguese strategist and his team delayed joining in the trip. It caused the team to lose 0-1 against Belgian team Antwerp at Bosuilstadion in the second match of Group J Europa League this season.
Mourinho will be banned from directing a match in the European C
Tottenham lost 1-0 to Antwerp when Mourinho’s teachers and students marched to Belgium in the Europa League. He will be banned from directing a match in the European Cup. Also, he will have to pay a total fine of 28,000 euros for violating UEFA’s regulations on disciplinary time.
Meanwhile, Scottish champion Celtic Glasgow was fined 7,000 euros for improper behavior. It related to Lille’s Europa League match on the same night as Antwerp against Tottenham. However, CEDB (European Football Confederation’s Disciplinary Committee) said the ban on directing a single match against manager Mourinho in the European Cup will be postponed during the one-year challenge period starting from the date of the decision.
Thus, the Portuguese army is still present on the bench to direct Tottenham in the match that “Rooster of London” welcomed Ludogorets Razgrad (Bulgaria) at home in the fourth match of Group J Europa League.
Five days earlier, Tottenham will face Man City in the 9th round of the Premier League. This football league returns after the international series of national teams ends.
Mourinho eliminated Pogba, Sergio Ramos, and Ibrahimovic from his typical squad
Jose Mourinho did not choose Paul Pogba, Sergio Ramos, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in his typical squad. Instead, eight players worked with him at Chelsea.
UEFA’s Disciplinary, Ethical and Executive Committee (CEDB) fined Tottenham 25,000 euros for the above violation. Besides, they fined the coach another 3,000 euros for violating UEFA equipment regulations. The penalty came from manager Jose Mourinho’s late arrival, making the game against Royal Antwerp a minute later last month. In this match, Tottenham was beaten 1-0 by Antwerp.