Even with Juventus’recovery of points’… Paratici’30-month suspension of work’ disposition dismissed

April 21, 2023 0 Comments

The 15-point penalty imposed on Juventus was withdrawn, but director Fabio Paratici’s appeal was dismissed.

The British ‘Sky Sports’ reported on the 21st (Korean time), “The Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) Sports Assurance Committee has accepted Juventus’ appeal against a 15-point deduction for false accounting charges.”

This means that the 15-point cut Juventus currently received will be restored. If this happens, there will be a big change in Italy’s Serie A rankings right away. Juventus moved up to third place with 15 points added. Because of this, AS Roma, AC Milan, and Inter Milan have fallen one notch in the rankings. In addition, competition in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) has become more intense.

The incident started in January last year. The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) said, “Regarding the investigation into the financial gains, the Federal Court of Appeals accepted some appeals from the Prosecutor’s Office. lost,” he said officially.

Juventus was found to have manipulated the accounting books in 2021. Since this was a big problem leading to stock price manipulation, it was subject to strong disciplinary action. Because Juventus is a publicly traded company, it has been legally liable for matters such as book manipulation.토스카지노

However, as CONI accepted Juventus’ appeal, Juventus’ 15-point penalty was withdrawn until a new trial was held.

The appeal was partially accepted. The media explained, “CONI partially accepted the appeal and did not remove the club’s misconduct, but judged that a court composed of other referees should open a new procedure against Juventus and the managers and arrange more appropriate punishment.”

“Pabel Nedved, Paolo Garimberti and Enrico Bellano have all successfully appealed, but the appeals of Paratici, former chairman Andrea Agnelli and Federico Cherubini have been dismissed. To determine, the Criminal Court launched an investigation last month,” he added.

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