Published On: Sun, Feb 10th, 2013

Ventura left to wonder after Torino denied “two penalties”

coach believes his side should have been given “two penalties” as they fell to Udinese 1-0 on Sunday.

Despite the claims, Ventura admitted that his side did not play well in the first half but deserved more after their second half response.

“In the first half we were very loose and we went behind deservedly,” he told Premium Calcio.

“In the second half we put under pressure and came close drawing level.”

“This match must serve as a lesson: if we play like we did in the first half we won’t get anywhere. If we play like we did in the second then we can compete with anyone.”

“Looking at the pictures there were two penalties for us: maybe the result would have been different now, but it wouldn’t change my thoughts on our attitude.”

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Adriano Boin

- A passionate F.C. Internazionale supporter since the young age of 10, my love for the club came about on a family trip to Italy after their signing of Roberto Baggio. Much to the dismay of my father (a Milan fan) my love for the club only grew stronger and has taken me on trips to Genova and Boston to see my club in action. The greatest of these journeys was being blessed by incredible luck (to which this day I still cannot comprehend) which allowed me to travel to Madrid, see the 2010 Champions League Final in the flesh and experience a week-long trip that will probably never be surpassed. Feel free to add me on Twitter to talk about Inter, Italy or calcio in general @Boin44




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