The president of assoallenatori: “Admitting that you went on the bench with a microphone is an action that, even if only as a hypothesis, undermines the foundations of the entire system”
“The Italian coaches are on the side of the referees, no ifs, ands or buts, indeed, without Mou.., I would like to comment. But there’s not much to joke about”: this is how the president of Assoallenatori, Renzo Ulivieri, intervenes in clearly on what happened after the match in Monza-Roma, regarding the utterances of the Giallorossi coach towards the referee Chiffi.
From applause to criticism
“José Mourinho’s statements are serious and unacceptable. In particular, admitting that he went to the bench with a microphone to record the conversations between him and the refereeing team, justifying a choice he defined as defensive, foreshadows, even as a mere hypothesis, a action that undermines the entire system, in a sort of all against all. Honourability and guarantees for each member must be ensured by the bodies in charge”. Ulivieri concludes his stance, clarifying: “It’s not a question of fueling any personal opposition. Just a month ago, AIAC applauded Mourinho, for his gesture addressed to their fans, in support of Stankovic, who was being insulted. It is This is the image we would like a coach of similar charisma to cultivate, a quality that should enhance his sense of responsibility.”
4 maggio – 16:01
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