Juventus, which received a severe penalty of 15 points deduction for manipulation of the accounting books, announced that it would immediately appeal.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) said on the 21st (Korean time), “The Federal Court of Appeals accepted part of the appeal from the Federal Prosecutor’s Office and sentenced Juventus to a 15-point reduction and suspension from the match. 11 Juventus board members were suspended. also down,” he said.
Juventus has been accused of tampering with the accounts of clubs and player transfers. In response, the prosecution requested a 9-point reduction, but the charges were dismissed in April. However, the prosecution appealed, and the Italian federal court accepted it and decided on a heavy penalty of 15 points reduction. 바카라
Former Juventus executives also face disciplinary action. A total of 11 people were suspended, including Fabio Paratici (30 months), Andrea Agnelli (24 months) and Pavel Nedved (8 months). The European Football Federation (UEFA) and the International Football Federation (FIFA) have also requested disciplinary action suspension, so Paratici, Tottenham Hotspur general manager, cannot be relieved.
Juventus immediately issued a statement from the club and said it would appeal. “The club is waiting for the reasons for this decision to be announced and will file an appeal with the Sports Guarantee Commission under the provisions of the Sports Justice Act,” it said on its official website.
Juventus dropped to 10th in the league with 22 points from a 15-point cut. It seemed that they were defending the Champions League this season without difficulty, but unexpected big variables occurred. Any hopes of chasing Napoli’s lead have also vanished.
Juventus’ points cut is not the first in history. After being relegated to Serie B in 2006 after being accused of participating in match-fixing, points were reduced. After that, after being promoted to the first division again, since 2011, he had won the league championship trophy for 9 consecutive years. However, with this measure, the country is once again at risk of facing a dark period.