MOURINHO CLEARED BY FA OVER CARNEIRO INCIDENT
The former Real Madrid boss was accused of
using abusive language towards the doctor
against Swansea City but the governing body
will take no action against the Blues boss.
The Football Association have cleared Chelsea
manager Jose Mourinho of any wrongdoing
after he was accused of using abusive language
towards club doctor Eva Carneiro.
The former Real Madrid manager was visibly
unhappy with Dr. Careneiro during the Blues's
2-2 draw with Swansea City on the openind day
of the season, but the FA have announced it "is
satisfied that the words used do not constitute
discriminatory language under FA Rules".
Carneiro, who was downgraded from her
position and axed from the Chelsea dugout for
treating Eden Hazard in the dying minutes of the
match, has since left Stamford Bridge following
the incident and is reportedly taking legal action
against the club.
Speaking after the draw with Swansea,
Mourinho voiced his frustration at the decision
to enter the field: "I wasn't happy with my
medical staff because even if you are a medical
doctor or secretary on the bench you have to
understand the game," he said.
"You have to know that when you have one
player less and, in the end, you go on to the
pitch to assist a player then you must be sure
that a player has a serious problem.
"I was sure that Eden didn't have a serious
problem. He had a knock and was very tired.
"My medical department left me with eight fit
players in a counter-attack after a set piece
and we were worried we didn't have enough
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