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Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti reportedly refused to carry out his post-match media duties

Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti REFUSES to carry out post-match media duties and his rebelling players go HOME rather than board bus to their training camp after draw with RB Salzburg as dispute with the owner gains momentum

  • Napoli came from a goal down to earn a point against RB Salzburg on Tuesday 
  • After Champions League clash boss Carlo Ancelotti did not speak to the press
  • The squad also reportedly went home individually rather than returning to camp 
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Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti reportedly refused to carry out his post-match media duties following the 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg in the Champions League.

The Serie A side came from a goal down to earn a point at home in the Group E clash on Tuesday night.

And after the game manager Ancelotti and forward Fernando Llorente did not speak to the press, according to Football Italia

Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti reportedly refused to carry out his post-match media duties

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Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti reportedly refused to carry out his post-match media duties

Fernando Llorente also did not speak to the press following Napoli's 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg

Fernando Llorente also did not speak to the press following Napoli's 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg

Fernando Llorente also did not speak to the press following Napoli’s 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg

The squad also went home separately rather than returning to their training camp by bus like usual in a rebellion against club owner Aurelio De Laurentiis.

Both Ancelotti and the players were reportedly put out following orders from De Laurentiis earlier this week.

UEFA could fine the club and the players are seeking legal advice in preparation for a punishment, according to Sky.

Both Ancelotti and the players were reportedly put out after orders from Aurelio De Laurentiis

Both Ancelotti and the players were reportedly put out after orders from Aurelio De Laurentiis

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Both Ancelotti and the players were reportedly put out after orders from Aurelio De Laurentiis

The draw on Tuesday evening saw Napoli move to second in Group E after Liverpool beat Genk. 

Ancelotti’s side fell behind to a Erling Braut Haaland penalty in the 11th minute but equalised just before half time through Hirving Lozano.

Napoli return to league action on Saturday when they welcome Genoa in the Italian top flight. 

Napoli players applaud their fans after earning a draw in the Champions League on Tuesday

Napoli players applaud their fans after earning a draw in the Champions League on Tuesday

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Napoli players applaud their fans after earning a draw in the Champions League on Tuesday