Sarri Will Continue His Battle With The Referee Chiffi: He Wants To Bring Him To Court

The Biancoceleste coach is convinced of the defamation of the referee, but to proceed with ordinary justice a special exemption from the FIGC would be needed.

The battle off the pitch between Maurizio Sarri and Daniele Chiffi does not stop.  The Lazio coach, disqualified for two days after the expulsion in the final against Milan and the appeal rejected by the Sports Court of Appeal, decided to continue independently, relying on ordinary justice.  

Sarri would like to bring the Milan-Lazio referee to court with a lawsuit for alleged defamation, but to do so he will have to ask the FIGC for a special derogation from the arbitration clause that will hardly be granted to him also in order not to create a dangerous precedent.

Furthermore, this exemption has never been granted before.  Meanwhile, the technician's lawyers tried to dismantle Chiffi's report but for sporting justice, there was nothing to do: even against Torino, Mr. Sarri will see the match from a skybox.

"Disqualification in Sarri a bit excessive? The trial truth is written in the referee's report which suggests that Ibrahimovic attacked Lucas Leiva and Sarri had only intervened to calm the situation. From there it seems that a Milan player make a fun to the technician, causing a verbal exchange." Gianmichele Gentile, Lazio lawyer, said this on Radio Punto Nuovo.  

"In the corridor of the dressing room Sarri complains to the referee saying that he cannot allow himself to be teased by a kid - he adds - and in the end, a curse by the Tuscan coach was recorded. We believe there was an exaggeration in the sanction by the sports judge because what he has pronounced cannot be classified as a blasphemous gesture."

"I have not spoken directly to Sarri, but if he can prove what he said he could win", he replied.  

"Do they allow him to appeal? We as Lazio have denounced the referee for what he reported in his report and justified themselves by saying 'maybe he misunderstood', so if Sarri needs to complain he must not ask permission to none, "he concluded.

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