Jose Mourinho reckons he and Manchester United are treated differently by the FA
The United boss saw his team held at home 0-0 by Hull in a stormy game in which Hull striker Oumar Niasse could have been sent off.
But Mourinho was clearly angered with the handling of the game by referee Michael Jones and insisted that watching journalists write their own views because he did not want to fall foul of the FA's disciplinary department.
Ranting Mourinho said: "Don't ask me questions I can't answer.
"You know clearly I am different. The rules for me are different, I am different in everything.
Oumar Niasse should have been sent off in the goalless draw at Old Trafford
"I watched my team play in a hotel last season because I was forbidden to go into the stadium. My assistant had a six-match stadium ban.
"I didn't touch anyone and yesterday one fourth official told a manager who was talking to him 'I enjoy your passion, do what you want to do.'"
"Today, I was told sit down or you have to go to the stands. Don't ask me questions then put me in a difficult situation."
Mourinho was talking about his stadium ban with Chelsea last season and also the recent antics of Arsene Wenger, who pushed an official, and Jurgen Klopp who was in a row at Liverpool on Tuesday.
Mourinho was left fuming with referee Michael Jones' decisions during the 0-0 draw
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And he clearly felt Hull were guilty of strong-arm tactics with Niasse, booked for a foul, lucky to stay on the pitch later in the half when he clattered Michael Carrick.
Mourinho added: "I am not happy. I am not criticising the opponents, they are fighting for their lives and every point for them is important.
"They have to fight for everything and in the first half they tried to see what they would be allowed to do. The referee gave the feedback then they were comfortable doing it for 90 minutes."
United have now drawn nine league games this season – the one aspect that could well cost them a top-four finish.
And touchy Mourinho cut short an interview with the BBC when he snapped: "If you do not know football, you should not have a microphone in your hand."