Claudio Ranieri does not follow Antonio Conte’s assertion that only Juventus are suffering at the hands of referees this season.
After having two penalty appeals denied against Parma on Wednesday night, Conte delivered a post-match complaint to the Press  that his Bianconeri are victims of referees unwilling to award them such decisions.
In his own news conference the next day that was otherwise for looking ahead to Inter’s Friday meeting with Bologna, Ranieri took time to assess Conte’s claim.
“The referees are afraid to award penalties to them?” he began. “Then with Inter they are terrified.
“With us too they have been wrong. I do not agree with Conte.
“I lost to Novara, and have been quiet with no excuses, the important thing is that the referee designator is not influenced by those who raise their voice.”
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