Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has taunted his Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte over his match fixing scandal woes in his latest war of words with the Italian.
The former Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss was responding to earlier comments from Conte that he sometimes suffer from dementia senile (memory loss).
When asked about Conte’s comments after his Manchester United side dispatched English Championship side Derby County in an FA Cup third round clash with two late goals in a 2-0 win at Old Trafford, the Portuguese taunted the former Juventus manager on the match fixing scandal he was engrossed in while he was in Italy.
In his words, Mourinho said: “I don’t need Chelsea manager to say I made mistakes in past and will in future. What I will say is I will never be banned for match fixing.”