|I will say the things that Conte could not! FUCK YOU BEGONZI! SEI UN PEZZO DI MERDA!|
VINOVO (Torino), March 9, 2012 – Antonio Conte gets a match ban “for having, at 26′ in the second half – you read on the official statement of the Sport Judge – a theatrically questioning regarding the arbitration decision, at the time of the expulsion, a threatening attitude towards the fourth official,” which was Bergonzi. After a long series of confrontations, yesterday in Corso Galileo Ferraris have decided not to appeal. Probably also to try to lower wisely and responsibly on the overall temperature front of referees, after a couple of weeks of hot horse following the San Siro game, between Milan and Juventus. There remain, however, confusion and bitterness in Turin, because in cases such as Bolognese, the punishment has not gone beyond the admonition with warning.
Conte, silence and anger. Antonio Conte has barricaded himself in an impregnable silence. A vacuum also to the attempts to approach him last night at “Juventus Stadium” during the first leg of the Italian Primavera Cup final, where there were also the President Andrea Agnelli, the managing director Beppe Marotta and board member Pavel Nedved. Needless to rip a comment from the Italian Mou, but of course the mood was black, very black. Moreover, the technician of Salento had already expressed immediately after the game, saying “he did not offend anyone” during the protests that followed the alleged lack of intervention of the referee for a foul in the penalty area of Pulzetti on De Ceglie.
To suggest to the referee Banti the decision was, insistently, the fourth man Bergonzi, which soon after he was found almost in contact with Conte which however limited himself to repeat (and the whole thing was filmed by Sky)
“I have not said anything to you, I did not say anything … “. As confirmed by television reporters on board of the field and very close to the Juventus bench. Is powerful the resentment in this sense of Antonio Conte, who has accepted and agreed probably choose with difficulty not to have recourse, but at the same time does not want to go brawling, defending his sanguine but fair way to experience the game from the bench without having to undergo at times a marking objectively exaggerated – to say the same technicians-is part of the fourth official. Meanwhile, appears passed in the cavalry the shameful banner on Pessotto exposed Sunday night in Curva Bulgarelli.
source: GdS (by: Mirko Graziano)
adapted by: Mike Prise