Jose Mourinho blasted the Premier League for double standards over preferential treatment to different managers after storming out of a post-match interview following Manchester United's 0-0 draw with Hull.
Jurgen Klopp got away with an overzealous celebration in a fourth official's face during Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Chelsea, while Arsene Wenger was given a four-match ban for pushing an official.
And Mourinho believes if the shoe was on the other foot, he would receive a much heavier reprimand.
"You know clearly that I am different. The rules for me are different. I am different in everything," Mourinho said.
Jose Mourinho walked out of a post-match interview after the 0-0 draw with Hull
Phil Jones says he should be fit to face Leicester this weekend
"I (had to) watch my team play in a hotel, I was forbidden to go to the stadium, my assistant had a six-match stadium ban and he didn't touch anyone.
He added: "On Tuesday, one fourth official told a manager: ‘I enjoy very much your passion, so do what you want to do’.
"Today I was told 'sit down or I have to send you to the stands', so everything is different for me. Don't ask me questions that put me in a difficult situation."
Phil Jones has indicated he could be fit for United's match against Leicester on Sunday.
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The 24-year-old limped off midway through the second half against Hull last night clutching his hamstring.
But Jones played down his substitution as just a precautionary and expects to be available this weekend.
"My foot's bruised but I'll be fine," Jones told MUTV. "It's nothing sinister, nothing serious, so hopefully in a few days I'll be fine."
Real Madrid No 1 Keylor Navas is happy to compete with David De Gea should the Manchester United star join him in the Spanish capital.
David De Gea is likely to be once again linked with a move to Real Madrid in the summer
De Gea looked set to complete a move to Madrid in the 2015 summer transfer window but the La Liga giants failed to submit the paperwork.
Rumours linking the Spanish international with a move to Madrid have been unrelenting but Navas insists he won't be disheartened should De Gea make the move.
"I can learn from him by watching him on TV! Also from Courtois, [Gianluigi] Buffon… from everyone. But I do not mind having to compete with whoever. They can help me to be better. I do not see any problem," Navas told Spanish radio station Cadena ser.
“Honestly, if another goalkeeper comes, I am not thinking about giving up. Whoever comes I will compete with and I will try to do my best.
"Furthermore, I can learn from the others as I am learning from Kiko, from Ruben [Yañez] and the goalkeeper from Castilla… because if I learn I will be better.”