Defeat Conte Manner Loses Controversy over Fingers Swearing at Juventus CEO
Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte lost both games and manners.
Inter Milan had a 0-0 draw with Juventus in the second leg of the Copa Italy semifinals of the 2020-21 season at 4:45 a.m. (Korea time) at Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy. With the draw, Inter were unable to overcome a 1-2 defeat in the first leg and failed to advance to the final 비트코인마진
It was not Cristiano Ronaldo or Romelo Lukaku that made headlines after the game. It’s the director Conte. Britain’s “Daily Mail” quoted Italy’s “RAI” as saying, “Coach Conte swore at Juventus President Andrea Anelli. “After the game, I heard a lot of abusive language at the Inter Milan bench,” said Anelli, who was excited after the match. Coach Conte was also seen raising his middle finger toward the Juventus bench on the broadcast screen.
“You have to tell the truth,” Conte said in an interview. I think they should be more polite. “They need more sportsmanship and respect for the people they work for,” he said. When reporters asked if there was a fight with the Juventus bench after the match, Conte said, “What happened at the end of the game? “I don’t want to talk about anything,” he said.
“Daily Mail” speculated that Conte had shown this behavior as he was outraged by the referee’s decision. The scene where Conte strongly protested to the referee came out in the 10th minute of the first half. When Lautaro Martinez tried to shoot inside the penalty box, he caught Federico Bernardeski’s foot. However, the referee did not declare a penalty kick.
“The tension between the two sides has been high since Bonucci criticized the conte protesting against the referee,” the Daily Mail said. Soon after, manager Conte was even more furious when a warning was given to Darmian who fouled Ronaldo. “The footage showed Bonucci and Conte arguing.
Considering that this game is an important game that requires advancement to the final, Conte’s dissatisfaction with the decision is fully understandable. However, swearing at the opponent’s bench is definitely wrong. This is an action that can be punished after death.