The Manchester United coach has confirmed that his celebration after the victory in Turin on Wednesday in the Champions League was not intended to offend the Italian club or its supporters.
"I never guilty of anyone." The festive hand on the right ear, entering the lawn, the muscle exchange with some Italian players, the dark look, and after the last minute, the victory of My Union was not ruled out by the face of Juventus (2-1), on Wednesday in the Champions League, none of them, according to José Mourinho, the purpose of offending the Italian club or its supporters.
Archi has dominated for more than an hour and was leading after Cristiano Ronaldo's masterpieces; Mourinho Red Devils has won two goals in recent moments. The continuation of the Portuguese coach's hand on his ear, as if saying that he no longer heard the supporters of the old lady. "I was offended for 90 minutes and I was doing my job there. I'm not guilty. I can not do it any more in the cold," explains Mourinho, in fact, the Italian Sky channel microphone.
This is the second rating when Portugal, coach of Inter Milan between 2008 and 2010, causes Juve supporters. Two weeks ago, he was largely offended by Mourinho's response, giving them three fingers, referring to the triple that he began with Inter in 2010. This last room in Turin did not appeal to Italy's international advocate Leonardo Bonucci, who went to the opponents of Mourinho, members of the University of Manchester outside the field.
This season, not the best on Old Trafford side, "The Special One" has also been in the FA FA for "offensive remarks" in Newcastle and clash with Maurizio Sarri's assistant trainer at Chelsea. In both cases, it was washed away.