Sarri: Chelsea fans must respect Mourinho
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Oct 24, 2018,
Oct 24, 2018, 0:58
The Chelsea coach celebrated the goal wildly in front of the United dugout leading to a furious reaction from former Blues boss Mourinho, who had to be held back by stewards. The 55-year-old has until 6pm on Wednesday to respond having originally been asked by the FA to do so by the same time on Friday.
The FA said the Portuguese manager had been "formally reminded of his responsibilities" after the 2-2 draw.
However, Sky Sports reports Chelsea "will not override whatever action Sarri deems appropriate", despite the coach's conduct "falling well below standards". "As the season goes on I'm playing against big teams". I think it's finished but I want to be sure.
Martial had been largely anonymous before the break, but, in contrast to Morata, took his chances when they came in the second period.
"I don't think he deserves to be sacked, I don't think he deserves anything more than the fact that his club was strong with him and he went through a situation that in the end he recognises that he was wrong". Probably someone with great potential.
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"That is what we have to do, go into the game and look to start on more of a front foot, especially at home".
"After that his assistant come to me in Sarri's office and apologised to me".
"I want to thank Sarri for his honesty", Mourinho told reporters. "Everybody makes mistakes - I made a lot of mistakes".
Just as in a dramatic 3-2 victory over Newcastle before the global break that kept Jose Mourinho in a job, it took Manchester United going behind for the Red Devils to summon a response against Chelsea.
Returning to Old Trafford with Juventus is Ronaldo, who played for United from 2003-09 before moving to Real Madrid, where he played under Mourinho.
Amid reports he was set to face the axe, Mourinho had been handed a lifeline by a stirring fightback from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle 3-2 before the global break a fortnight ago.