Former Premier league referee Mark Hasley says Chelsea Boss Jose Mourinho should apologise for some of his comments made to match officials this season.
Mourinho is currently at war with the FA and was recently fined 50,000 and a one match touch line ban which would be triggered if the Portuguese make any comments tha questions the integrity of match officials.
“I’ve known him a long time and he wears his heart on his sleeve but sometimes you have to take a step back and think about what you are saying,” Halsey said.
“When you are criticising the ref and his integrity then we can’t do that. You have to be honest with yourself and sometimes it would be good to see Jose be honest and apologise for what he sometimes says to referees.”
In a seperate incident, Mourinho has been charged with misconduct after he was sent to the stands in the blues 2-1 defeat at West Ham on Saturday. It was reported that the 52 year old had a serious argument with the referee at half time and was shown the red card inside the match official’s room.
The Portuguese also failed to carry out his post match media duties which will also attract punishment from the Football Association.
Mourinho returned to Chelsea in 2013 for the second time and is currently under pressure due to his team’s poor start to the season.