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On the sidelines of the Sassuolo – Roma match, José Mourinho was critical of the match referee, Mr Marcenaro. As a result, the Portuguese coach was investigated by the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office. The Special One risked a match suspension. But an agreement was reached. The former Real Madrid coach was fined.
After listening to José Mourinho, FIGC public prosecutor Giuseppe Chiné delivered his verdict on the next stage of the legal proceedings. The Roma coach does not risk a suspension of up to three matches. He could miss the matches against Bologna, Napoli and Juventus. Instead, he will be fined 20,000 euros. The club will also pay the same amount for its objective liability. A diplomatic solution that certainly suits the Giallorossi staff.