Frédéric Antonetti is used to rants.
The Metz coach, once the defeat against PSG was confirmed, came to a press conference this Wednesday evening at the Saint-Symphorien stadium and attacked Kylian Mbappé.
The striker had a heated exchange at the very end of the match, after Achraf Hakimi's second goal, with Alexandre Oukidja, the Lorraine goalkeeper.
Asked about this episode, the technician began by sweeping the subject: “It does not interest me.
"He pauses, then launches an anti-Mbappé salvo in a cold tone:" He would have better behave differently if he wants to be loved.
I love this player, he is very, very strong, but he would benefit from having a different behavior.
He would benefit from being a little more humble.
M. Pignard also takes it for his rank
Earlier in his press conference, Antonetti had attacked the referee, Jérémie Pignard, according to him too pro PSG in his decisions. “Paris is a very good locomotive for our championship, but I'm not here to pledge allegiance or take selfies with Neymar, Mbappé or Messi, exposes the former coach of Rennes or Saint-Étienne. They are great players and I respect them. Everyone pledges their allegiance. There are two free kicks for us, in particular a foul on De Préville, which are not whistled and which make us leave the match a little. I do not understand why the referee does not whistle when he had the easy whistle for Paris. I do not dispute the strength of Paris, but these are two faults which are not whistled for us and which would have been whistled for Paris, I'm sure. "
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Last week, after the setback of his team at the Park in particular because of a disputed penalty, Jean-Michel Aulas, the president of Lyon, had also stigmatized the man in black, Clément Turpin in this case.