Frosinone manager Roberto Stellone trusts that his side were let around refereeing choices after their 4-1 defeat away to Fiorentina, as he reviews an episode in which he trusts a penalty ought to have been given their player.
The Gialloazzurri given way on account of the Tuscans as they got themselves four goals down before half time, however Stellone is resolute his side ought to have gone ahead after they were denied a penalty claim at the begining of the match.
“I’m not cheerful for our execution nor for the outcome,” Stellone told Sky Sport Italia after the annihilation.
“We knew the challenges that we would confront in light of the fact that incredible groups have endured here in Florence.
“We took the match to them toward the begin in spite of permitting them so much ownership.
“Their first objective was fortunate and the second goal originated from an incredible play, however I’m furious about the third and fourth goals which finished off the match.
“What’s more, I must say that we likewise merited a penalty when the match was still 0-0, we could of maybe proceeded.
The 38-year-old then took to commending the Viola before looking to the recreations ahead.
“Watching them play I can say that Fiorentina is the most grounded and most in structure group in the association.
“For me, in the event that they keep up this quality and high force then they can vie for the title.
“Maybe the main amusement in which they didn’t capitalize on play was against Torino, though they merited a positive result against any semblance of Roma and Napoli.
“I’m sad for the result of this match, yet we have to proceed onward and instantly think about the following match at home to Genoa.