José Mourinho, coach of Roma, did not want to stop to comment this Sunday on the defeat suffered at home against Milan (1-2) in Serie A and assured that, if he spoke, he would not be “on the bench” next Sunday, by implicitly referring to a series of arbitration decisions that the Portuguese considers incorrect.
“If I speak, next Sunday I am not on the bench. I am angry about the lack of respect for our fans, even in a game in which we do not play well. The respect that we have, others do not have. It makes me angry, but enough, “said Mourinho, before leaving, in statements to the DAZN channel.
Roma suffered their first defeat of the year at home, surrendering 1-2 to Milan, with goals from Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ivorian Frank Kessié (from a penalty).
In added time, Mourinho protested a possible penalty suffered by Lorenzo Pellegrini for a touch from the Danish Simon Kjaer that the referee did not whistle.
The Portuguese coach, visibly annoyed by a subsequent foul called in favor of Milan, left the field before the referee signaled the end of the match.