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Video: Mazzarri Supercoppa boycott is history repeating

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Walter Mazzarri noticed historical past repeating itself, as a result of for the second time after 2012, he refused to attend the trophy ceremony after dropping the Supercoppa with Napoli.

The coach was fuming all through the 1-0 defeat to Inter and repeatedly vented his irritation with the selections of referee Antonio Rapuano.

Mediaset pitch aspect reporters already famous that he reacted with this phrase to a problem in midfield on Kvicha Kvaratskhelia.

“That is stunning, you can’t ignore that foul. Let’s go, let’s depart.”

He was even angrier when Inter midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu wanted three tough tackles earlier than receiving a yellow card within the first half, Napoli arguing he had made sufficient fouls to warrant two bookings.

On the hour mark, Giovanni Simeone was despatched off for 2 yellow playing cards and Mazzarri vented his anger on the bench.

“Disgrace on you! Disgrace! That is the way you spoil a match!”

When Lautaro Martinez scored the winner for Inter on the 91st minute, Mazzarri merely stormed off down the tunnel and by no means re-emerged, even when his group acquired their silver medals.

His complete employees additionally boycotted the ceremony and this was under no circumstances new behaviour for Mazzarri.

The final time he competed for the Supercoppa Italiana was in Beijing with Napoli in opposition to Juventus and that sport was additionally overshadowed by some controversial refereeing choices.

Mazzarri and the whole Napoli squad that point boycotted the ceremony, leaving Juve alone to carry the trophy and obtain their medals.

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At the very least on this event, the gamers selected to take part, even when their coach deserted the occasion and refused to talk to the media.