Antonio Conte has been handed a two-match suspension and a fine 20.000 euro
ACEHFOOTBALL.net — Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte was given a two-match suspension and a fine 20.000 euros by the FIGC disciplinary commission. The sentence was related to his dispute with referee Fabio Maresca.
Conte was punished for an incident that occurred after Udinese's match at home to Inter ended in a goalless draw at the weekend, when he was kicked out of the field by Maresca.
Inter team manager Lele Oriali was also fined Rp 5.000 euros because of his attitude. Reports from sports judges said that Conte was convicted of protesting fiercely, using disrespectful words directed at the referee who continues even after being sent off and before leaving the field.
After the game in the tunnel (tunnel) towards the changing room, he confronted the referee directly by threatening and making offensive expressions.
Oriali was also fined for continuing to protest after being warned, approaching the referee in the middle of the field, and shouted disrespectfully.
A draw at Udinese headquarters made Inter fail to stick to leaders AC Milan, and now two points adrift. After playing 19 competition, Inter occupy second place with collections 41 points.