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How Inzaghi bent the rules during touchline ban

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Simone Inzaghi sat out a touchline ban towards Roma and mustn’t have had any contact with the Inter squad, however a number of hints have been dropped to recommend he bent the principles.

The coach was suspended on account of an accumulation of yellow playing cards and sat within the press field to observe the sport on the Stadio Olimpico.

With the Nerazzurri trailing 2-1 at half-time, it was presupposed to be assistant supervisor Massimiliano Farris giving the half-time group discuss.

Nonetheless, in post-match interviews, Alessandro Bastoni confessed that it was Inzaghi who raged on the squad throughout the break.

Farris tried to make up for it by insisting it was “not a videocall, however a message was communicated to the employees” by Inzaghi.

That is technically nonetheless towards the principles, however frankly unattainable to police at the moment of sensible telephones.

It was maybe harder for Inzaghi to cover contemplating he was sitting within the press field, as La Gazzetta dello Sport famous that the coach was audibly speaking on the cellphone about ‘wing-backs’ throughout the break.

No matter and certainly nevertheless the message received by means of, it labored, as a result of Inter got here roaring again from 2-1 right down to win 4-2.

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