Correspondent Shin Chang-yong = Juventus, a prestigious Italian professional soccer club in Serie A, is facing a disciplinary crisis due to suspicion of accounting fraud.
Italian Football Confederation (FIGC) prosecutor Giuseppe Kine requested a 9-point deduction from Juventus on the 20th (local time), ANSA reported.
Prosecutor Kinet also asked former Juventus president Andrea Agnelli to be suspended from football-related activities for 1 year and 4 months, former general manager Fabio Paratici for 1 year, 8 months and 10 days, and former board members for 12 months.
Former president Agnelli, who led Juventus’ golden age for 13 years, resigned in disgrace in November of last year along with the rest of the board of directors, including vice chairman Pavel Nedned, on charges of accounting fraud.
Currently, Juventus has obtained 37 points from 18 matches, and is in third place in the league, 10 points behind Napoli, which is in first place.
Prosecutor Kinet has asked the FIGC to punish the Juventus club for deliberately overestimating transfer fees to balance their accounts.
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Torino prosecutors believe that Juventus committed accounting fraud by reducing losses for three seasons from the 2018-2019 season to the 2020-2021 season, and asked the court to bring former chairman Agnelli, 11 other board members, and the Juventus club to trial. requested to
Whether the Juventus club and former board members will face a formal trial will depend on the results of the preliminary hearing in March.