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Mourinho Sent Off During West Ham Clash

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The former Real Madrid boss was angry with referee Jon Moss for sending off Nemanja Matic and was forced to watch the second half from among the Upton Park faithful
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands after an incident in the tunnel at half-time of his side’s game against West Ham.
The former Real Madrid boss was unhappy with referee Jon Moss after he sent off Nemanja Matic for a second bookable offence late in the first half and did not appear on the touchline for the second period.
Matic had been dismissed after bringing down West Ham striker Cheikhou Kouyate, leading to complaints from team-mates Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa – who were both cautioned for their protests.
And, as his side entered the interval 1-0 down with just 10 men, the Blues boss reportedly attempted to echo the concerns of his players by attempting to enter the referee’s office during the interval.
His actions appeared to face punishment, watching the remainder of the game from the directors’ box.

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