Juventus Max Allegri lashes out at Napoli president for Ref comments
Football-Nairobi, Kenya 27 December 13:32 GMT
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri has lashed out at Napoli Aurelio De Laurentiis following his claims that the match official for the Atalanta against Juve game was biased against his side.
Speaking to the media after the Old Lady came back to draw 2-2 with Cristiano Ronaldo late header rescuing a point after Bentacur was sent off with Duvan Zapata double for Atalanta, Allegri said:
“It’s not nice and elegant to do some statements. I never talk about referees. We must educate the fans. On Saturday [when Juve faced Roma] the game remained level for what? I am asking you. The referees in Italy are the best ones in the World. More educations and elegance are needed. But you must have it, you don’t buy it”. He was quoted by CalcioMercato.com
“When there are clashes between fans then we are always sorry and we complain, but we must give them the right example”.
“I am sorry for Italian football. In general, nobody wants to improve our football. It’s a pity because today it was a great game of football. Probably nobody wants to improve, especially for the future”.
“The team played well in the first half, we conceded the first half with their first chance. We knew it was a difficult game. It’s a good result against a very good team”.
“Emre Can played a good game, the lads played well. I am sorry because we wanted to win. We need to prepare the Sampdoria game very well”.