Acting Tottenham manager Christian Stellini has been criticized by Bournemouth manager Gary O’Neill.
Tottenham suffered a shocking come-from-behind defeat. Tottenham recorded a 2-3 come-from-behind loss against Bournemouth in the 31st round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held on the 15th.
In the 14th minute of the first half, Son Heung-min scored the first goal, but in the 37th minute of the first half, Matellas Viña and Dominique Solanke scored consecutive goals in the 5th minute of the second half. In the 42nd minute of the second half, Arnaut Danjuma scored a comeback goal, but after extra time in the second half, Watara allowed a theatrical goal.
Acting manager Stellini and manager O’Neill met in the tunnel leading to the locker room after the game. Today, the manager shook hands with acting manager Stellini. However, acting manager Stellini refused to shake hands. It seems that the remnants of the shocking come-from-behind defeat remained.
Director O’Neill expressed regret over the situation. In an interview with Britain’s ‘BBC’ after the match, he described acting manager Stellini as “too big” for refusing to shake his hand.
O’Neill continued,카지노 “I shook hands with the opposing manager even after the team lost. I was disappointed with him. I think not shaking hands in the tunnel is a bad move.”
Not a common situation. It is common for the managers of both teams to shake hands with each other after the match. Acting manager Stellini has shied away from this common practice. It was an action that could not have a good effect on his image as a director.