Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho's touchline comments after his side's 3-2 win over Newcastle on Saturday are set to be investigated by the FA.
The Portuguese coach, who was supposedly set to be fired on Monday - no matter the outcome of his side's home clash with Newcastle - still retains his job as manager at Old Trafford.
But he could be in some hot water with the FA despite the joys of the Red Devils' incredible comeback from 2-0 down against the Magpies on Saturday.
According to Sky Sports, the governing body will conduct an investigation into Mourinho's comments which were made near the touchline after the full-time whistle.
The coach was caught muttering something in Portuguese which has been perceived as being abusive language. Sky are also reporting that he could be hit with a touchline ban if his language is indeed found to be offensive, insulting or abusive.
"I have begun to feel that if it rains in London tomorrow it is my fault," he said. "If people don’t like Brexit it is my fault. I have been blamed for extending my contract until 2020 but I didn’t point a pistol at the club, they wanted to give it to me.
"I am 55 years old now and I can live with it but some of my boys are not coping quite so well.
“I think a lot of wickedness and a clear manhunting that I think in football is too much. It’s my life, it’s a life I love, it’s a life I worked since I was a kid. I will love it until my last day."