Juventus club and its directors risk huge punishments from the relevant authorities as the capital gains case continues to unfold.
The FIGC‘s prosecutor, Giuseppe Chinè, during the hearing before the Federal Court of Appeal for the motion to revoke the capital gains trial against the acquittal of 9 clubs, including Juve itself, in the capital gains trial last May, requested the following penalties to be induced on the ‘Old Lady’:
Nine penalty points for Juventus, 16 months of suspension for Agnelli, 20 months and 10 days for Paratici, 10 months for Cherubini and 12 months for all other Juventus directors.
The FIGC prosecutor requests the same type of sanction as in the first trial for the other eight teams involved, UC Sampdoria, FC Pro Vercelli 1892 Srl, Genoa CFC SpA, Parma Calcio 1913 Srl, Pisa Sporting Club Srl, Empoli FC SpA, Novara Calcio SpA, Delfino Pescara 1936 SpA. So, only fines. The Federal Court of Appeal must now rule on the prosecutor’s request for revocation of the acquittal sentence, deciding whether or not to reopen the trial.
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