José Mourinho believes that knowing about Juventus‘ 10-point penalty with just two games remaining ‘is a joke’ and is sorry for Massimiliano Allegri and his players.



The Special One spoke to DAZN after a 2-2 draw against Salernitana at the Stadio Olimpico.

The Giallorossi remain in the race for the top four, but Mourinho doesn’t seem happy with the ruling from the FIGC Court of Appeal.

“It’s a joke to know this with two games remaining,” he said.

“For us and everyone, even for Juventus. Our approach would have been different if we had known before the games with Monza and Bologna. I am sorry for Allegri and his players, something changes for the season.”

Mourinho was asked if he feels the season has been distorted.

“To me, yes, but I no longer want to talk about this,” he admitted. I am sorry for professionals who work like me because they pay for errors that directors and maybe the club did.”

Roma sit sixth in the Serie A table with 60 points, four below fourth-placed Milan with two games remaining.

The Giallorossi will play the last two Serie A games against Fiorentina away and Spezia at home, but even if they miss out on the top four, they can still play Champions League football in 2023-24 by winning the Europa League.

Mourinho’s men will face Sevilla in the UEL Final in Budapest on May 31.

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