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Juventus Turin is going through a deep crisis. In difficulty on a sporting level, as evidenced by this new defeat against Monza last Sunday, the Old Lady is also experiencing dark hours off the pitch. Sanctioned by the Court of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), in the context of the “Plusvalenze Case” – a case in which the Piedmontese club was accused of having overstated the selling prices in certain transfers of players and thus having recorded in their accounts unjustified profits – the Italian team is not at the end of its troubles…
According to the latest daily news Corriere dello Sport, Juventus could, in fact, again be penalized by 20 additional points for the case of the wage maneuver! A possible sanction which would plunge the teammates of Arkadiusz Milik into the depths of the classification. Currently thirteenth with 23 units, the club would end up with only 3 points and would therefore be last in Serie A at 15 points from maintenance!
The prosecution wants to complete Juve!
If a first hearing is scheduled for early March, the trial will be held between April and May. A nightmarish timing for the Turinese since in the event of contrasting results by then, the specter of relegation would come very close. Will of the prosecution, this sanction therefore places Juve in a more distressing scenario than ever. A delicate situation at a time when Massimiliano Allegri is preparing a crucial trip to Salernitana next Tuesday. To avoid such an affront, the lawyers of the Italian formation are currently working on the file and do not intend to let it go.
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“Juventus Football Club and its counsel of lawyers have read carefully and will analyze in depth the reasons, published a short time ago, for the decision of the United Sections of the Federal Court of Appeal. It is a document, predictable in its content, in the light of the weighty decision, but marred by an obvious illogicality, a lack of motivation and a lack of legal basis, to which the Company and the Individuals will object by resorting to the CONI Guarantee Council in the established terms. The validity of Juventus’ reasons will be firmly affirmed, while respecting the institutions that issued them.”, specified with this in mind the press release from the Turin club, which decided to appeal to the CONI Guarantee Board. Regardless of the outcome and the penalties imposed, Juve will long remember its regrettable accounting pirouettes. A direct danger to modern football.