Juventus coach Antonio Conte has stated that AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri should stop complaining about Sulley Muntari's ghost goal as he is boring the public.
In the 1-1 clash between the Scudetto challengers in February, the Ghanaian had a perfectly good goal not given, and after a much-publicised discussion on the matter the Bianconeri boss is of the opinion that now everyone has had enough.
"Do the words of Allegri annoy me? It is more like this topic has become so boring," he stated in a press conference.
"After our game against Parma we raised a problem, we were told to keep quiet, that we must be silent, and we were.
"Others, however, speak every three days and keep repeating the same things. Honestly, all this is boring. This is football, however, we must move forward," he continued.
The former Siena coach preferred to discuss his team's fixture against Cesena on Sunday, which he feels will be a tough game.
"We have a conclusive match on Sunday against Cesena. We will focus on ourselves, we have to win against Cesena and won't be watching to see if the Rossoneri win, lose or draw," he concluded.