Calciomercato: Juventus fraud trial adjourned to May
MOSCOW, March 27 – RIA Novosti. According to Calciomercato.com, the first hearing in the salary fraud case of Italian “Juventus” players has been postponed to May.
Hearings will be held on May 10.
In January, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) appeal court held hearings to reopen the case in the financial fraud case. The FIGC prosecution deprived Juventus of 15 points for financial fraud and also expelled a number of club officials from football, including director Fabio Paratici, former president Andrea Agnelli, former general manager Maurizio Arrivabene and vice president Pavel Nedved.
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