Mourinho found not guilty of bad language charge

Mourinho found not guilty of bad language charge

United are battling in eighth place in the Premier League - nine points behind Manchester City and Liverpool - and some of their displays have led to Mourinho coming under fire.

Following the game, Mourinho raised his little finger towards a TV camera and appeared to say something in Portuguese.

However, they are unbeaten in three league games, including wins over Newcastle United and Everton.

The Red Devils fought from two goals down to win against the Magpies 3-2 at Old Trafford in a result which somewhat took the pressure of the Portuguese, but Rooney maintained the players also shared the blame in the club's low tide early in the season.

In their original statement on October 16, the FA said: "It is alleged that his language at the end of the fixture, as captured by the broadcast footage, was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper". "This decision is subject to appeal".

The FA is surprised by the outcome and has not ruled out an appeal.

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"Written reasons for the decision of the Independent Regulatory Commission will be published in due course".

Wednesday's hearing means Mourinho will be on the touchline for Saturday's trip to Bournemouth, having seen off the threat of a touchline ban.

The FA's Regulatory Legal department acts as a prosecutor against the charged club or participant at an Independent Regulatory Commission.

Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni was fined £6 000 by the Football Association on Tuesday after his wild celebrations in front of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.

Mourinho, who was "formally reminded of his responsibilities" following the incident, said Ianni had apologized for his behaviour.

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