Jose Mourinho: Chelsea manager charged by the FA

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his behaviour in the win against Cardiff on Saturday.
Mourinho was ordered from the technical area by referee Anthony Taylor after protesting about apparent time-wasting.
"I don't know why the referee stopped me doing my work," the Portuguese said before the charge was announced.
To be with the fans was not funny
Jose Mourinho
The 50-year-old, who went to sit with fans in the stand, has until 18:00 BST on 24 October to respond to the charge.
"To be with the fans was not funny," Mourinho said in Dusseldorf airport ahead ofTuesday's Champions League group match with Schalke.
"It is frustrating. You want to communicate with the players and you couldn't do it."
Mourinho's dismissal was not the only controversial moment in the match. Eden Hazard scored Chelsea's equaliser in the 4-1 victory after Samuel Eto'o had kicked the ball away from Bluebirds goalkeeper David Marshall as he bounced it.
According to Fifa rules, Cardiff should have been awarded a free-kick, but referee Taylor incorrectly allowed play to continue.
When asked about the incident on Monday, Mourinho preferred to concentrate on apparent time-wasting from Malky Mackay's side.
"If I was in that game and I was paying my ticket, I would be worried with the fact that every time the ball was out or stopped and our opponent had to put the ball back in the game, it took a median (average) of 21.5 seconds," he said. "That is a waste of money.
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"When you multiply that by the number of times the game was stopped, you pay for 90 minutes but you see 55 or 60. For me, that's breaking the rules."
When he did get around to addressing the Eto'o incident, he called it an "intelligent action" and disagreed with the Fifa law governing the incident.
"If, in this moment, Fifa says that it's a foul, it's a foul," said Mourinho.
"But I think Samuel did well. Maybe the referee did wrong, I don't know to be fair. But in my opinion, that should be allowed."
Mourinho was last ordered to the stands in May, when he was still Real Madrid manager.
He protested after a decision went against his team in the Copa del Rey final defeat by city rivals Atletico.