Strange actions from Mourinho shake Italy .. "inappropriate" gestures and movements (video)

The phone signal given by the Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho to the referee of his match with Verona shook the Italian street after he lost his nerve and was expelled from the stadium as a result of his repeated objections to the refereeing staff in the confrontation that ended in a 2-2 draw and witnessed many violations by the "Special One".

Mourinho had indicated with his hand as if he was calling someone, and the fans understood that it was an insult to referee Luca Baireto, as the Portuguese coach meant the referee's father, Pierluigi, who was removed from arbitration because of his involvement in the famous Calciopoli match-fixing scandal in Italian football in 2006.

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Mourinho made a 'Telephone' gesture at referee Pairetto,

Refering to his referee, a father, who was banned as part of Calciopoli (match fixing scandal in 2006)

Jose knows Serie A

— MourinhoXtra™ (@Mourinho_Xtra) February 19, 2022

The pioneers of social networking sites circulated a video of the match, in which Mourinho appears angry at the repeated stopping of play and the fall of Verona players for wasting time, at a time he wanted more lost time, and after the referee declared the red card in his face, Mourinho went crazy and tried to attack the referee, but the Roma goalkeeper coach prevent him from doing so.

The cameras monitored a series of abuses committed by Mourinho in the match, most notably catching the ball and kicking it violently away from the field in a strange scene on European professional stadiums, as if it was a match in the street.

The Italian newspaper "La Gazzetta" reported that the referee's father, Pareto, held the position of vice-president of the European Football Association's referees committee at the time of the scandal and was sentenced to 42 months' suspension, then sentenced to 16 months in prison, before he was later acquitted.

Mourinho is known for his quick anger and the many objections to refereeing, deviating from the text, and getting red cards.

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