Sarri tells Chelsea fans to show Jose Mourinho some respect

Doug Mendoza
October 24, 2018

It is thought that Mourinho meant that Ianni was guilty of a lack of manners when he spoke about the Italian's education.

Following the game, Mourinho received an apology from Ianni and Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri and said he considers the matter closed, but former United man Phil Neville feels that the Blues should consider taking further action.

Play was eventually able to resume after a further fracas in the centre circle of the pitch.

Chelsea and Manchester United are expected to be let off with a warning and reminded of their future conduct by the Football Association following the chaotic scenes that marked the closing stages of their 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

As Mourinho's third season at United continues to unravel, a win over Chelsea would have been the flawless response to silence his critics.

Television cameras captured Mourinho muttering what are purported to have been "abusive and/or insulting and/or improper" remarks.

Of course, the incident was started by Ianni but the latest update suggests that Mourinho retaliated more than enough to face punishment himself. I think it is finished.

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"Don't do what everyone does and say, 'It's Mourinho who does things.' They have apologised, everything is fine".

"I have seen the match on the bench, and now want to study the second half of the match". "I want to thank Chelsea for its honesty too".

Sarri admitted Ianni was in the wrong and apologised to his opposite number.

It took a while for referee Mike Dean to keep the whole situation in order but speaking after the melee, Willian says all went about on their best behaviour as they trudged along the tunnel after the match. We have got a lot of competition in our squad and when you get your chance you take it.

96th minute goals do odd things to people but mostly it is about passion, which is something we all love to see in this game.

"If I was Maurizio Sarri, I'd send that guy in and sack him from the club". "What I did here today I will do in Madrid, in Milan, in Porto, the reaction from the fans is not up to me", Mourinho told reporters, as his side slipped nine points behind Manchester City and Liverpool.

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