Serse Cosmi has blamed officials for damaging his club’s season so far. “Siena is not Disneyland, we just want what we’re owed.”
The Tuscans started the campaign from -6 due to the betting scandal, but Coach Cosmi hints this has influenced on-going calls.
“We always knew it was going to be a difficult season, but I don’t like the climate that has developed around us,” snapped Cosmi.
“We were already penalised enough by starting from -6, but on Sunday I saw other really very unpleasant incidents.
“Massimo Paci saw a goal disallowed despite nothing happening, but I didn’t like other incidents either, such as the booking for Felipe or the ganging up on Emanuele Calaiò. He never has a free kick awarded in his favour.”
Cosmi watched the 2-1 defeat to Atalanta from the stands, as he was sitting out a touchline ban for insulting referees previously.
“Siena is not Disneyland, so we are not asking for more than we are owed, but we don’t want less than that either. I want more carefully considered decisions around our team.”
Meanwhile, there was more bad news for Siena as Ribair Rodriguez has been ruled out for a month with a left thigh strain.
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