MILAN – It is still Italy-South Korea . Byron Moreno , referee who gave South Korea the qualification for the 2002 World Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Italy with its scandalous arbitration, went back to talking about that game during the TV program "Futbol Sin Cassette". According to Moreno, the Azzurri were not eliminated by his arbitrage but by the wrong choices made by that "coward" (he used these very words …) by Trapattoni.
Trapattoni responds to Moreno after the referee called him "a coward".
During the television program "Futbol Sin Cassette", Byron Moreno offended the former Italian national football coach with the following statements: "Trapattoni was a coward: expelled Totti, put Tommasi, the only one capable of attacking was Del Piero. He was a coward like always. " So according to Moreno the elimination of the Azzurri was caused by the technical choices of coach Giovanni Trapattoni.
The former Italian coach wanted to reply to Byron Moreno through his official channels on social networks. Trap used his usual class and with these words he silenced Byron Moreno: "Being called a coward by Moreno was missing! What to say? I, on the other hand, consider him very brave (or mad) for having returned to defend that arbitration. Dear Byron, prison and years do not seem to have transmitted a minimum of humility to you ".
The Giovanni Trapattoni article responds to Byron Moreno: "I a coward? Prison did not teach him anything … " seems to be the first on daily Blitz .
Source: Blitz Quotidiano