Mourinho expelled, the Public Prosecutor’s Office opens an investigation into the clash with Serra

After the match, the Giallorossi coach accused the fourth official of having used serious words against him: “Liar, he should have gone out”

Following the statements made to the media, the Federal Prosecutor has opened an investigation into the episode that led to the removal from the bench of Roma coach José Mourinho during yesterday’s match against Cremonese. The Giallorossi coach and the fourth official of the match Marco Serra will be heard shortly.

The words

“Serra is a liar” Mourinho thundered yesterday. “Do you want to know what happened? A very normal episode, like 50 others happen in a match and where the fourth official usually tells a coach to stay calm, to sit down. I’m emotional (emotional, ed), but not crazy. And if I reacted like this, something serious happened”. It all started after a contact between Kumbulla and Tsadjout, on which Mourinho asked for explanations and where Serra would seem to have replied to Mou “Do your own things”. Which infuriated the Portuguese. After the red light the fourth official would have insisted: “Everyone takes you for the f…, go home”.


Mourinho himself yesterday, commenting on the episode, had invoked the intervention of the prosecutor: “