Why is Conte looking for a fight at the end of the game?!
Once the final whistle goes you just congratulate the opposition players.
They think they're hard but at the end of the day if they are scratched in the face at all they cry because it might affect their potential for TV adverts and some more filthy lucre!
Every professional footballer and coach are the opposite to role models, they're the last personalities anyone should look up to.
Because he'll believe Diego Carlos should have been sent off, so he wouldn't have scored the winning goal, although it looked like a Lukaku og, I don't think its been given as an og, yet, maybe they'll do it later.
And now that Conte's Interisti he'll have that "everyone's against us, always cheated never defeated" attitude, and he'll go on and on and on and on about until the end of time.
But of course the real Interisti don't really see Conte as one of them, and probably never will, they'll turn on him quicker than Davies turned on Semedo last week, so he's probably just trying endear himself with them by still being all angry and bitter at the end instead of saying felicidades to Lopetegui on his first trophy.
So really Conte being a bitter twisted sour loser is him trying to be that person that the Inter fans can look up to.
Brilliant! I think you've hit the nail on the head.
I've already seen comments from them blaming the ref.
Until they see when it's their own fault for not winning they will always lose.
Always with the alibi's and excuses, any team that does that will never win anything.
No doubt Massimo Moratti will be trying to get the Scudetto and the Europa League trophy in the courts for finishing second in both, after all second or third on the pitch for Inter means they deserve to be first off it.
I think if it hadn't been so early in the game Carlos probably would have been sent off. We've all seen players being sent off for "the last man" malarkey. But Sevilla were the better team, completely outclassed and out played them in both halves. Totally deserved to win.