FIGC chief Gabriele Gravina insists Paolo Mazzoleni officiated ‘perfectly’ throughout Inter-Napoli and that ‘if players left the field then it would break the rules’.
We all need to take some responsibility and keep the tone low,” he told Sky Sport Italy.
We should have trust in the institutions. These continuous attacks aren’t sensible for soccer and the balance of our game.
We should all be quiet: Mazzoleni applied the rules absolutely yesterday. Some statements haven’t helped the climate.
If players left the field then it would break the rules, followed by a negative result for their team.
That appears obvious to me: I understand everything, the needs to safeguard the dignity of players and avoiding these negative stories.
However, let’s not forget that there are rules, which require to be improved. we must demand not only application but also respect of those norms.
If not then it’d be just like the West.”