JOSE MOURINHO served a one-match stadium ban in 2015 for calling referee Jon Moss “f****** weak” at half-time in the refs’ room at Upton Park.
The punishment was excessive but different rules apply whenever the Special One is in hot water with the sport’s governing bodies.
Getty – Contributor3 Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp dashed onto the pitch to celebrate with keeper Alisson against Everton but seems to have been let off lightly by the FA
Three years on, with a TV audience in the tens of millions feasting on a powder-keg Merseyside derby, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp manically ran on to the pitch to celebrate Divock Origi’s injury-time winner.
If a Liverpool fan had done something like that, they would have been arrested and most likely banned from Anfield for life.
Good old Jurgen got an £8,000 fine and warned about his responsibilities to the game after admitting the FA’s charge.
Anybody would think they just make it up as they go along.
Reuters3 The FA show plenty of bottle – too much, in fact – when they deal with Jose Mourinho but let Jurgen Klopp off more lightly
Getty Images – Getty3 Jurgen Klopp later apologised for his stoppage-time celebrations against Everton