Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri came out of an interview with Sky Sport Italia on Saturday night after a 1-1 draw between his party and Inter Milan.
For Sky, Daniele Adani was a former Inter and Italy defender. The 44-year-old critic criticized Italian bus access in Europe.
Juventus left the Champions League this season after defeat at Ajax.
"We have suffered their counterattacks against Ajax, not their football style, and they seemed to have an extraordinary game, while in Amsterdam they were better," Allegri said.
The same is true for tonight, if you miss a lot of passes, you risk.
Sometimes it is necessary to improvise and the idea you had in July has to change completely. There is a difference between playing well and winning, but it's not as small as it seems.
Juventus was recently crowned Serie A Champions for the eighth consecutive season. Allegri is in charge of five of these campaigns. He was also the manager of AC Milan when he won the 2010/11 title.
"In Italy, everyone has become a footballer and that's a real problem, like reading your books," Allegri said.
"Now shut up and talk, you know nothing about football.
"You just sit there at your desk, read your books, but you know nothing about the practicality of this sport. I won six Scudetti."
#Allegri with disintegration when criticized for failure #UCL on which he replied: "I won 6 Scudetti, I'm a coach Im talking, shut up" before I drop the handset on the floor and march.pic.twitter.com/26b1A8RdgV
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