Court Takes Drastic Actions Against Juventus Chiefs As Agnelli, Paratici To Be Handed Huge Bans

Court Takes Drastic Actions Against Juventus Chiefs As Agnelli, Paratici To Be Handed Huge Bans

  • Juventus’ former and present directors will receive lengthy bans from football according to reports
  • It was gathered that a two-year ban has been proposed for Andrea Agnelli and Maurizio Arrivabene
  • These suspensions would be extended to UEFA and FIFA and will affect Spurs director Fabio Paratici

A Federal Court of Appeal will reportedly hand bans to Juventus chiefs Andrea Agnelli, Fabio Paratici and others after reopening sporting proceedings against the club.

Details of how FIGC prosecutor Giuseppe Chine requested that nine points are deducted from the Old Lady in Serie A were made available by ANSA.

It was gathered that present and former executives of the club, from Agnelli to Pavel Nedved will be handed bans of varying lengths.

Juventus, Andrea Agnelli, Fabio Paratici, Giuseppe Chine
Juventus' present and past directors face varying bans from football. Photo: Nicolò Campo
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The decision was reached on Friday evening that Juventus would be heavily sanctioned and handed a 15-point deduction.

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Football Italia reports that a number of directors would be affected as Paratici who moved to Tottenham risks a 2 and a half year suspension, a two-year ban for Agnelli and Maurizio Arrivabene and an eight-month ban for Nedved.

These suspensions would be extended to UEFA and FIFA, putting the Spurs director in a difficult spot.

15 points to be deducted in Serie A

Juventus have been dealt a blow after being deducted 15 points following an investigation into the club’s transfer activities.

The points deduction is set to push Juventus to mid-table, with 20 games of the season to go.

It is being reported that an investigation brought to light that the club fixed their balance sheets by artificial gains from club transfers.

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