Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been given a one-match touchline ban for kicking a water bottle in the technical area during a Premier League game at the weekend.
The incident came during United's 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Sunday, when Mourinho reacted furiously to Paul Pogba being shown a yellow card for diving and kicked a water bottle down the touchline.
José Mourinho will watch Manchester United's EFL Cup quarter-final with West Ham at Old Trafford from the stands on Wednesday night after being handed a one-match touchline ban.
The German has not played a minute of first-team football under manager Jose Mourinho but Sky Sports report that the Portuguese will have no issue with selecting him against the Hammers.
'I gave everything I have to try to prepare the team the best I can in the training session.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Anthony Martial both scored twice as Man Utd recorded an emphatic win en route to the EFL Cup semi-finals.
"I told them at half-time that it's not possible to play so well and because of a goal you stop playing so well".
Their attacking enterprise, so different to what was being served up by Louis van Gaal's side, explains why the mood around Old Trafford has stayed positive despite the club's worst league start in 27 years. "If you are talking about 90 minutes against United and 90 minutes on Saturday, it is suicidal".
"But he's used to solving the problems quicker than he has this time at Man United".
United are still without defensive pair Eric Bailly (knee ligament) and Chris Smalling (broken toe), while a number of other players will also be unavailable.