Parma boss Roberto Donadoni thinks that Juventus’ refereeing protests show a lack of class.
The two teams drew 0-0 at the Stadio Tardini on Wednesday, but the Old Lady were furious after having two penalty appeals turned down.
“I don’t comment on refereeing errors whether they are for or against my side,” the ex-Italy tactician told the Corriere dello Sport. “That is a stance that I have always set myself.
“Clubs of the calibre of Inter, Milan and Juventus should always maintain a certain kind of elegance in relation to match officials.”
Parma too thought they should have been handed a penalty after Sebastian Giovinco was brought down in the box.
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