In the attack on his company, Antonio Conte cited Luciano Spalletti. In fact, Certaldo's coach had already attacked Inter's management talking about moles inside the Nerazzurri dressing room …
Antonio Conte and Luciano Spalletti are two very different coaches but both have had to argue against the current management of Inter.
In fact, both technicians agreed to say that Chinese ownership proved inadequate in protecting the coaches who would be thrown to the press.
Luciano Spalletti didn't use many turns of words when three years ago he complained saying:
"Here at Inter there is a mole , someone is talking to journalists."
Obviously, Certaldo's technician was not referring to the players, with whom he had an excellent relationship, but to his managers.
And Conte yesterday did practically the same by also increasing the dose.
“Once the Europa League is over – Conte tells DAZN – we will do the evaluations for the next season. I will make my evaluations, the company his.
Technical evaluations? No, in general, in everything ”.
Conte becomes even more explicit to Sky Sport:
“For us it was a very hard and difficult year in all respects, including personal ones. As soon as possible, many criticisms were made.
I didn't like what was done towards these guys and sometimes towards me.
The boys' work was not recognized, my work was not recognized, I found very little protection from the club. Absolute zero.
There will also be talk to the president, but the president is in China …
I don't like it when people get on the cart, it has to be in both positive and negative moments, it wasn't like that at Inter Milan, I'm sorry to say.
Today I saw so many people getting on the wagon that should not get on, when instead the shovel shovels took me and the players.
Everyone tried to grow their own vegetable garden. I always put my face in front of everyone, but up to a certain point, because one is not stupid.
Lightning rod one does this the first year, the second does not … Spalletti had denounced this situation three years ago, it is very serious that nothing has changed yet … "(sources Sky Sport, Dazn and La Gazzetta dello Sport).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano