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King Adriano2010-05-05 02:12:21 +0000 #1
Juve face Serie C threat

Tuesday 4 July, 2006

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Calciopoli prosecutor Stefano Palazzi has today called for Juventus to be relegated into Serie C1, as well as urging the sporting tribunal to condemn Milan, Lazio and Fiorentina to Serie B.

Palazzi made his formal requests at around midday where he pushed for all the clubs charged with sporting fraud to face stiff penalties.

As well as seeing Juve thrown into “a Division lower than Serie B”, Palazzi wants them to be stripped of their last two Serie A titles and start the new campaign with a six-point penalty.

He’s also asked for Lazio and Fiorentina to begin with a 15 point penalty in next season’s Second Division, where they could be joined by a Milan side who start on minus three points.

There are also now 25, and not 26, individuals on trial for sporting fraud – FIGC member Cosimo Maria Ferri was cleared of any wrongdoing last night – and Palazzi is pushing for lengthy bans and fines.

Former Juventus director general Luciano Moggi, the man at the centre of the scandal, could face a five-year ban from the game plus multiple fines of 5,000 Euros.

Palazzi has asked for the same length of punishment to be handed out to ex-Juve chief executive Antonio Giraudo, Lazio President Claudio Lotito, Milan official Leonardo Meani, plus Diego and Andrea Della Valle of Fiorentina.

Other notable individuals who may face similar consequences include former FIGC chief Franco Carraro, ex-refereeing designators Paolo Bergamo and Pierluigi Pairetto, and current referee Massimo De Santis.

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is facing the threat of a two-year stop, while promising referee Gianluca Paparesta could be sidelined for a year.

The trial began last Thursday but was adjourned until Monday even if nobody was questioned on its restart as the day was dominated by objections from defence lawyers.

All involved maintain their innocence.

The FIGC are hoping for a verdict, which may not be as stiff as Palazzi is pushing for, to be delivered by July 10.


koko_juve2010-05-05 02:21:47 +0000 #2
I reckon that to much...Seria C1, three points,....what else ?

nice job king adriano but u should put this in Juve's section not here
Sebastian2010-05-05 02:51:09 +0000 #3
....you all know what the prosecutor asked for these embaressment of a teams... ....if everything goes as planned Juve will newer see the seria A... ....seria C for Juve and B for all rest...that's even more than i wanted.... ...we should celebrate...there's Justice after all.... ...
King Adriano2010-05-05 03:17:21 +0000 #4
ok Koko i will but i do it here for all my Inter members friends 2 be on line with the lastest updates,this matter means a lot for Inter Milan 2.
King Adriano2010-05-05 02:45:57 +0000 #5
plz elcino i made a section for the scandal updates so if we have 2 talk about anything realted 2 it lets talk about it there.

Scandal updates.
Lance Knight2010-05-05 04:16:24 +0000 #6
well then inter will be king now if milan and juve go

the only threat might me Roma and Palermo
King Adriano2010-05-05 02:36:00 +0000 #7
i dont think they can stop the dreams and the long time waiting of Inter even if Milan and Juve stay no one will stop us next season.
Lance Knight2010-05-05 04:52:54 +0000 #8
i tell u guys u got to get rid of adriano he only pplays good ever game or so

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