Manchester United dropped yet another precious pair of points over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men drawing 1-1 at home to West Ham United. It seems to be the same old story recently, despite another good performance, the results just aren’t following.
During the game, Paul Pogba’s leg was swiped at by Mark Noble, with the French midfielder theatrically hitting the deck and getting booked for diving. This left Jose absolutely perplexed at the referee decision, before choosing to boot a water bottle down the touchline.
He was then immediately sent to the stands for his actions, and today, the Football Association have confirmed that the Manchester United manager has been charged with improper conduct for the second time this season.
In the very short statement, the FA Confirm that Jose has until 18:00 GMT on December 1st to respond to the charge.
From my personal point of view, it just seems a daft thing to do by United’s boss. Alright, it was a very soft sending off for the self-proclaimed Special One, but why give the referee a choice? It does feel like there is some sort of agenda against our manager, so don’t feed their desire.