FIGC prosecutor asks for nine penalty points for Juventus
(Alliance News) – The prosecutor’s office of the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio requested a penalty of nine points for Juventus FC Spa following the investigation into the fictitious capital gains of the club.
As reported Friday by La Gazzetta dello Sport, due to the seriousness of the alleged facts and the impact it had from a sporting point of view on the championships, the request of the prosecutor is for a truly distressing penalty that will keep Juventus out of -Europe.
The prosecutor also requested a ban of 20 months and 10 days for Paratici, 16 months for the former president, Andrea Agnelli, 12 months for Nedved, Garimberti and Arrivabene, and 10 months and 20 days for Cherubini.
“The chief prosecutor, Giuseppe Chiné, after studying with the utmost care the documents of the Prisma investigation of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Turin, is convinced that he has in his hands those new elements of evidence that prove the existence of crimes which, according to Article 63 of the Code of Sports Justice, may allow the re-opening of a process even with sentences that have become final and irrevocable.” In this case, we are talking about wiretaps and documents, including the so-called ‘black book’ of Paratici. that the Federal Prosecutor’s Office could not have at its disposal in the first trial, but that it can now rely on thanks to ordinary justice,” writes La Rosa.
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By Giuseppe Fabio Ciccomascolo, senior reporter for Alliance News
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