Mourinho may have to face touchline ban

Remember Drogba’s goal against Barcelona and Mourinho’s antics on the sideline?
Well here’s strong words about that from Uefa’s president, Lennart Johansson.
“Managers and coaches have a duty to see that we keep respect for the game and not behave like kids, making statements like somebody who’s been promised a candy but didn’t get it,” said Johansson. “They are the ones who represent football. Their behaviour and their statements are listened to and guide many people in the wrong direction.
If he was punished once, it can happen again, but he is not alone. It must be judged again. Excuse me using the word, but it’s like crimes. The first time you are sometimes treated in a fairly decent way. But if you repeat it, it’s much tougher.”

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