January 30 News Two weeks ago, the Italian Federal Court of Appeal officially pronounced that Juventus was arrested for false capital gains.
Deducting 15 Serie A points, many high-level personnel were sentenced to long-term suspensions. Today, the Federal Court of Appeal gave the basis for the judgment through the official website of the Italian Football Association.
The following is an excerpt from the original report (36 pages in total):
“Juventus committed a sporting violation, which was finally sanctioned considering the seriousness, repetition and persistence of the violation.”
“Juventus can finally be found guilty of crimes based on confessional-worthy documents and related manuscripts provided by the club’s senior management, explicit intercepted conversations, and further evidence involving hidden documents and even related to false invoices.”
“Juventus Club and its board members and managers have violated Article 4, Paragraph 1 and Article 31, Paragraph 1 of CGS. Considering that this violation will inevitably affect the results of sports competitions, it is decided to do
Corresponding remedial penalties and Juventus, as a sports club, also failed to comply with the general regulations of the Italian Football Federation.”
The result of the Federal Court of Appeal’s handling of Juventus is: the club deducted 15 league points, and 11 managers were sentenced to long-term suspensions, including Paratici’s 30-month suspension, Agnelli, Arrivabene’s 24-month suspension,
Cherubini was banned for 16 months, and Nedved and others were banned for 8 months.