Blues boss crying over inconsistency with FA decisions.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has made the accusation that the Blues receive treatment on the contrary to their Premier League foes.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie avoided punishment for what seemed to be an intentional elbow in the face of West Ham United defender James Tomkins – and the Portuguese claims that had it have been one of his players – they would have been banned.
Diego Costa was served a three-match ban for stamping on Emre Can in the Capital One Cup semi-final victory and the former Real Madrid boss is still seething over the punishment by the FA.
Mourinho hasn’t made it unclear on who or what incident he is referring to in his remarks – and the irony is that such comments could lead the 52-year-old to punishment himself:
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“I paid lots of attention this weekend. The same people who suspended my player didn’t want to suspend another player this weekend, and a player could have been suspended this weekend and he wasn’t. I’m still processing that information,” Mourinho was quoted by CaughtOffside.
“Somebody who did this [gestures an elbow when van Persie’s name was put to him] in the face of somebody, and nothing happened. I know that if it was one of mine … “