Antonio Conte will miss two matches of Inter. Along with the 51-year-old specialist, Gabriele Oriali was also punished.
Inter head coach Antonio Conte has been punished by the disciplinary committee of Serie A. The 51-year-old specialist received a red card in the last round against Udinese, which cost him a 2-match disqualification and a fine of 20,000 euros.
Conte was sent off in the 90th minute of the match against the main referee, Fabio Maresca, for excessive protest. Conte believed that Maresca should have added more time to the match than added (4 minutes).
As a result, the Inter coach received a red card and can now lead his team to the next two rounds of Serie A, at home to Benevento and away to Fiorentina. Along with Conte, the head of “Nerazzurri” team, Gabriele Oriali was punished, who was fired together with the head coach for the same reason. Oriali will miss 1 match and will pay 5,000 euros.
Recall that Inter is in 2nd place in Serie A with 41 points and is 2 points behind the leader Milan. By the way, these teams will face each other in the quarterfinals of the Italian Cup today.