Antonio Conte showed that he is an Interista with his comments following the goalless draw away to Udinese on Saturday, at least according to noted Italian journalist and Nerazzurri supporter Fabrizio Biasin.
Conte was sent off near the end of Inter’s fixture in Udine after shouting furiously at referee Fabio Maresca for not awarding enough stoppage time.
While Biasin admits that Conte made a mistake in that regard, he was quick to praise him for his comments made and pointed out how Conte took a different approach to things than he typically does.
“Conte made a mistake and he knows it perfectly well, certain things should be avoided, but what happened in Udine is not completely bad for those who support Inter,” he explained on Italian television show ‘Pressing.’
“At the press conference he said some things that I really liked.
“He made me feel as if he is an Interista.
“Many times I have criticised him because I saw him focused very much on himself and not much on the team, but this didn’t happen in Udine.”
Conte has been in charge of Inter since the summer of 2019 and is under contract with the club until the end of next season.
The former Italian national team coach has managed Inter in 77 games across all competitions to date, of which he has won 46, drawn 20 and lost 13.