On Monday, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was charged with improper conduct by the English Football Association (FA).
Here, ESPN FC looks back at some of Mourinho's previous disciplinary indiscretions.
Feb. 23, 2005: Mourinho claimed he saw Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard speaking to referee Anders Frisk at half-time of Chelsea's Champions League round-of-16 first-leg loss at the Camp Nou. He received a £8,900 fine and a two-match touchline ban.
Feb. 20, 2010: Mourinho made a handcuffs gesture and strongly criticised officials as Inter Milan drew 0-0 with Sampdoria, in a game that saw Walter Samuel and Ivan Cordoba sent off. He received a three-game touchline ban and was fined €40,000.
April 27, 2011: Mourinho hit out at UEFA and Barcelona, saying teams have "no chance" against the Catalan giants when speaking in the wake of his side's 2-0 home loss to their rivals in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal. Mourinho was given a five-match ban by UEFA, which was reduced on appeal -- with the fourth and fifth matches suspended.
Aug. 17, 2011: Mourinho was seen poking his finger into the eye of Barcelona assistant coach Tito Vilanova during Real Madrid's 3-2 loss to Barcelona in their Spanish Super Cup second leg. Mourinho was banned for two matches although the suspension was ultimately lifted.
Oct. 19, 2013: Mourinho was sent to the stands during Chelsea's 4-1 win over Cardiff by referee Anthony Taylor after venting his frustrations on the touchline. He sat behind the home dugout at Stamford Bridge among supporters and later was charged with improper conduct. Mourinho received a fine of £8,000, which he accepted.
March 15, 2014: Mourinho was sent to the stands by referee Chris Foy during an ill-tempered 1-0 loss at Aston Villa. He vowed to appeal against a charge of improper conduct following the controversial Chelsea defeat. After contesting the charge, he was fined £8,000 and warned over his future conduct.
April 19, 2014: Following his first home Premier League defeat 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. After contesting the charge, he was fined £10,000.
Dec. 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. After contesting the charge, he was fined £25,000.
Aug. 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.
Oct. 3, 2015: Mourinho was punished for criticising referee Robert Madley following Chelsea's 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. After having his appeal rejected, Mourinho received a fine of £50,000 and suspended one-match stadium ban.
Oct. 20, 2015: Described the failure of Slovenian referee Damir Skomina to award Chelsea a penalty in their goalless draw at Dynamo Kiev as "weak and naive" -- in an apparent criticism of the Football Association and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who avoided punishment for using those words. Mourinho did not receive a sanction.
Oct. 24, 2015: After Chelsea crumbled late in the first half, Mourinho was sent to the stands at West Ham for a half-time "discussion" with referee Jonathan Moss. Mourinho was handed one-match stadium suspension with immediate effect and fined £40,000 after admitting an FA charge of misconduct.
Oct. 27, 2016: Mourinho was charged with misconduct by the FA for his comments about referee Anthony Taylor prior to Manchester United's goalless draw at Liverpool. He subsequently received a one-match touchline ban and was fined £50,000.
Nov. 28, 2016: The FA charges Mourinho with improper conduct after the United boss is sent to the stands by referee Jonathan Moss for kicking a water bottle during 1-1 draw with West Ham. He was given a one-match touchline ban, which he served against in the EFL Cup match against West Ham on Nov. 30
Information from the Press Association was used in this report.