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Jose Mourinho has claimed he could pursue legal action after being sent off for a third time this season in Roma's shock 2-1 defeat to Cremonese.
Mourinho was sent off in the opening moments of the second half following a clash with the fourth official.
The Roma manager was sent off for dissent by referee Marco Piccinini and then proceeded to continue to point at the fourth official and insist 'It's him, it's him' in protest.
Mourinho claimed after the match that fourth official Marco Serra had spoken to him 'the most incredible way'.
‘I need to understand if I can take any legal action,' Mourinho said in his post-match press conference. 'Piccinini gave me a red card, because unfortunately the fourth official does not have the capacity to understand what he said to me.
Jose Mourinho has threatened legal action after being sent off for the third time this season
Mourinho claimed fourth official Marco Serra had spoken to him in 'the most incredible way'
‘I want to find out if there is an audio recording. I don’t want to get into the fact that Serra is from Turin and on Sunday we are playing against Juventus.
‘For the first time in my career, a fourth official spoke to me in the most incredible way. It was unjustifiable. At the end of the game, I