Jose Mourinho has launched a furious tirade against the English Football Association after Eric Dier was handed a four-game ban.

Dier was charged, fined $50,000 and banned for four games after jumping into the crowd after an FA Cup defeat to Norwich City on Mar. 4, with the FA only confirming the ban this week.

Speaking about the decision, Mourinho was not happy at all to lose his starting center back and believes those making the decision ‘do not belong’ to the game.

“The problem is not [fans in] the stadiums. Some people with big responsibilities, sometimes doesn’t look like they love football but we love football,” Mourinho said. “My feeling is that in the majority of the cases football is not protected by the people that is powerful and doesn’t belong to this world. That’s simply my feeling. Powerful people – that doesn’t belong to the tribe. And they don’t have the feelings. They don’t have the know-how and it’s very, very difficult to lead something when you don’t have a clue about the world that you are leading.”

Hmmm. It seems like Mourinho may be asked to explain these comments by the FA. At this point, he probably has his own filing cabinet in the FA headquarters given his previous misdemeanors and Mourinho.