The FA announced today that it had charged Mourinho with using abusive, insulting or improper language after he was filmed mouthing words into the camera shortly after United's 3-2 win over Newcastle United on October 6.
According to reports, Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho, after their victory against Newcastle United, allegedly have said "fodas filhosde puta" ('f**k off sons of b*****s') in Portuguese at a BT Sport camera.
He also made a gesture with his right hand while speaking, pointing with his little finger.
Below is the statement from the FA.
It is alleged that his langauge at the end of the fixture, as captured by the broadcast footage, was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper. "He has until 6pm on 19 October, 2018 to respond to the charge".
He has received multiple touchline bans and heavy fines in the past for his behavior on the sidelines.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Jose Mourinho is under huge pressure to return to winning ways following his side's disappointing defeat to Tottenham at Old Trafford over the weekend.
Manchester United are now eighth on the Premier League table with 13 points after eight round of topflight games.
Having had harsh criticism aimed at him by both Mourinho and his predecessor Louis van Gaal during his time at United, Shaw had scarcely seemed to live up to the £30 million outlay the club spent on the Southampton academy product.
Yet the master of mind games may not have been thinking straight in this instance, with pure relief likely the main reason behind his freakish outburst.