Jose Mourinho's most controversial moments as a football manager

Jose Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's been charged with misconduct by the FA over his language and behaviour during his team's defeat by West Ham United on Saturday.

The team had five yellow cards, one player sent off, his assistant was dismissed and he failed to do a TV interview after the match.

Mourinho has already had a suspended stadium ban this month after claiming officials were "afraid" to award his team penalties.

But this isn't the first time Jose Mourinho's been in the headlines during his time as a manager - and it won't be the last.

That run down the touchline

Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho
Image caption Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho are best of friends

Jose Mourinho first hit the headlines in the UK when he ran down the touchline at Old Trafford as Porto manager.

His team had just equalised against Manchester United in the Champions League and beat them over two legs.

His "up 'em" attitude would annoy many a manager over the coming years.

Chelsea and the special one?

Jose Mourinho

Ever modest, he introduced himself at Chelsea as "the special one".

When I saw Frank Rijkaard entering the referee's dressing room I couldn't believe it. When Didier Drogba was sent off I wasn't surprised
Jose Mourinho

But after just a few months the head of Uefa's referees committee Volker Roth had called the Portuguese coach an "enemy of football".

He'd wrongly accused Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard of visiting referee Anders Frisk at half-time during their 2-1 defeat to the Catalan side in the Champions League.

"When I saw Frank Rijkaard entering the referee's dressing room I couldn't believe it," he said at the time. "When Didier Drogba was sent off I wasn't surprised."

He was fined £8,900 and given a two-match touchline ban.

Jose Mourinho and Frank Rijkaard

A month later he was fined £5,000 for calling Manchester United players cheats.

In June 2005 he was fined £75,000, for meeting then-Arsenal player Ashley Cole, without his club's consent.

A laundry basket and a bus

Two memorable but controversial moments in his first spell at Chelsea came after Mourinho's ban following that Barcelona match.

Laundry basket
Image caption Can you guess where Jose Mourinho is?

In the next round, he was apparently smuggled into the home dressing room for Chelsea's quarter-final against Bayern Munich in a laundry basket and then out again before the end of their 4-2 win.

He also had a go at then Tottenham coach Jacques Santini making his infamous "parking the bus" comment after a 0-0 draw.

London bus
Image caption This is a London bus similar to the one Jose Mourinho was talking about...

"As we say in Portugal, they brought the bus and they left the bus in front of the goal. I would have been frustrated if I had been a supporter who paid £50 to watch this game because Spurs came to defend," said Mourinho.

He also called Arsene Wenger a voyeur that year, threw two Premier League medals into the crowd and was arrested after a row over his Yorkshire Terrier.

Happy at Inter Milan - unhappy with Italian football

Jose Mourinho left Chelsea in 2008 for a new challenge at Italian club Inter Milan after winning consecutive Premier League titles in 2005 and 2006.

There was immediate success with a league title and a cup win in 2009.

Jose Mourinho
Image caption Jose Mourinho made a handcuff gesture during Inter's 0-0 draw with Sampdoria in 2010

But things started to unravel in 2010 - Mourinho refused to speak to the media for three months and was fined £35,000 by the Italian Football Federation for criticising officials.

"I am very happy at Inter but not in Italian football," said Mourinho.

Unsurprisingly he moved to Spain soon afterwards.

Real Madrid and an infamous eye poke

Mourinho began his career at Real Madrid with a one-match ban after his players Xabi Alonso and Sergio Ramos were sent off during a Champions League game against Ajax.

Puppets of Jose Mourinho and Tito Vilanova
Image caption These figures of Jose Mourinho and Tito Vilanova aren't life size

After a stormy Spanish Super Cup tie in 2011, he poked Barcelona's then-assistant manager Tito Vilanova in the eye on the touchline.

He said: "I have been polite and played like a man and not fallen to the ground at the first touch. I don't know who Vilanova is."

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