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Jose Mourinho's disciplinary record since returning to the Premier League

Value for money: Jose Mourinho
Value for money: Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho on Thursday failed in his appeal against a suspended one-match stadium ban and £50,000 fine for comments made after the October 3 loss to Southampton.

We take a look at his prior disciplinary indiscretions during his second spell as Blues boss.

:: CARDIFF DISMISSAL (October 19, 2013): Mourinho was sent to the stands during a 4-1 win over Cardiff by referee Anthony Taylor. He sat behind the home dugout at Stamford Bridge among supporters and later was charged with improper conduct.

Sanction: Fine of £8,000. Accepted.

:: TOUCHLINE VILLAIN (March 15, 2014): The Portuguese was sent to the stands by referee Chris Foy during an ill-tempered Chelsea loss at Aston Villa. He vowed to appeal against a charge of improper conduct following the controversial defeat.

Sanction: Fine of £8,000 and warned over future conduct. Contested.

:: BLACK DAY AGAINST BLACK CATS (April 19, 2014): Following his first home Premier League loss as Chelsea boss, Sunderland ending a 77-game unbeaten run, Mourinho made a sarcastic appraisal of referee Mike Dean and referees' chief Mike Riley. He later described the game as his "highlight" of his first season back.

Sanction: Fine of £10,000. Contested.

:: SAINTS AND A SINNER (December 28, 2014): Complained of a "clear campaign" against Chelsea after Cesc Fabregas was denied a penalty and instead booked in a 1-1 draw at Southampton. He contested a charge of improper conduct.

Sanction: Fine of £25,000. Contested.

:: CALL THE DOCTOR (August 8, 2015): Mourinho avoided censure over a long-running saga relating to comments made about Chelsea's medical team following the opening-day draw with Swansea, specifically first-team doctor Eva Carneiro who subsequently left the club.

Sanction: None.

:: ANOTHER SAINTLY EPISODE (October 3, 2015): The Blues boss was punished for criticising referee Robert Madley following a 3-1 loss to Southampton. Mourinho said referees were "afraid" to give Chelsea penalties and told officials to "be honest with us", implying bias, according to an independent panel.

Sanction: Fine of £50,000 and suspended one-match stadium ban. Contested - appeal rejected.

:: UNHAPPY IN UKRAINE (October 20, 2015): Described the failure of Slovenian referee Damir Skomina to award a penalty in a goalless draw at Dynamo Kiev as "weak and naive" - in a thinly veiled criticism of the Football Association and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who avoided punishment for using those words.

Sanction: None.

:: HAMMERED (October 24, 2015): After Chelsea imploded late in the first half, Mourinho was sent to the stands at West Ham for a half-time "discussion" with referee Jonathan Moss.

Sanction: Handed one-match stadium suspension with immediate effect and fined £40,000 after admitting FA charge of misconduct. Pondering appeal.

Total fines: £141,000 (pending active cases).

Press Association