Jose Mourinho: 'I am treated differently by the FA'

Chelsea's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho gestures during the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge in west London on February 8, 2014
© Getty Images
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes that he is treated differently to others following his charge from the Football Association.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that he is treated differently to other people by the Football Association.

Mourinho will fight an FA charge after being sent to the stands in the closing stages of his side's defeat to Aston Villa last Saturday but he believes that he has received unfair treatment for his role in the incident sparked by a Ramires tackle on Karim El Ahmadi.

"Look, you see the charges from the last match, and you see that I'm different than everyone else in the eyes of people," the Portuguese coach told reporters.

"In their eyes, I'm different. That's obvious.

"Yes, it annoys me. Of course I am [treated differently]. I don't know why."

Mourinho's team host Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.

Jose Mourinho manager of Chelsea looks on prior to during the Barclays Premier League match between Fulham and Chelsea at Craven Cottage on March 1, 2014
Read Next:
Mourinho still unhappy with Foy
>
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole



Premier League
Championship
League One
League Two
National League
Scottish Premiership
Scottish Championship
Scottish League One
Scottish League Two
La Liga
Bundesliga
Serie A
Ligue 1
Belgian Pro League
Greek Superleague
Russian Premier League
Turkish Super Lig
Tables
LIVE SCORES VIDEPRINTER
expand