Knowing how to run a 4-4-2 is almost as important as the ability to deal with your emotions as a professional coach.
And that’s probably why Giovanni Alosi coaches Carpignano, in the Italian amateur first division. He showed everything not to do this Sunday against Oleggio Castello. Leading 2-0, he picked up a red card shortly after the break. Unsatisfied with the decision of the referee Andrea Felis, he began to intimidate him before completely cracking and putting a right on him.
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The man in black keeps his cool and doesn’t retaliate, but whistles the end of the match instantly. Result: Oleggio Castello quietly wins 3-0 at home, while Giovanni Alosi is unlikely to see a bench again anytime soon.
Better direct than Anthony Joshua.