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The 'Special One' may have implied that Milan are getting decisions from referees...

Inter coach Jose Mourinho has spoken about the Calciopoli saga that happened in Italy a few years ago, possibly implying that Milan are getting decisions from referees this season.

Speaking to the press after Inter's 2-1 victory over Chelsea in the Champions League, the Portuguese tactician said that the penalty not awarded to Fiorentina's Riccardo Montolivo against Milan towards the end of the match was similar to that of the Nerazzurri's against Bari, and that the Blues should have been awarded a spot-kick tonight.

"I did not see [the penalty], but someone told me that it was no different than the one against Bari," Mourinho stated according to Italia.

"During my time in Italy, I have learned several new words and phrases. One of them is 'abbassare i toni', which means to be quiet.

"Some time ago, Italian football had the Calciopoli saga. From a Portuguese point of view, it was a shame for me and my family.

"I let my family eat with the money earned from football at the time. I came to Italy as an honest man, and I will leave Italy as one.

"Tonight, Chelsea deserved a penalty," Mourinho concluded.

These quotes are certain to cause uproar in the Italian press on Thursday.