AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has urged Inter coach Jose Mourinho to get a grip on himself and stop inciting violence with his behaviour on the touchline.
The ‘Special One’ was evidently at the end of his tether on Saturday night after seeing his team reduced to nine men during the first half of a Serie A clash with Sampdoria.
And he vented his anger at the match officials by holding his wrists together in a provocative handcuffs gesture before starting a press silence at the end of the encounter.
“We never call a press silence whatever the press say about us,” Galliani told Sportmediaset after the Rossoneri’s 2-0 win over Bari last night.
“That’s not allowed in professional sports in the US and in the Champions League too.
“And Mourinho should stop making certain gestures. They incite violence and it’s high time he cuts it out!”