Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho faces a touchline ban after being charged with misconduct for the second time in less than a week by the Football Association Tuesday.Mourinho could now be hit with a ban if the FA charge of using abusive or insulting words towards a match official is upheld.Only last Thursday Mourinho was charged with misconduct over comments about referee Anthony Taylor ahead of United's goalless draw against archrivals Liverpool.Mourinho failed to attend the post-match press conference that followed the Burnley draw, with assistant Rui Faria speaking to reporters instead.
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