OFFICIAL: Former Juventus president Agnelli banned from football for 16 more months

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Sixteen months of inhibition and a 60,000 euro fine were imposed by the FIGC national federal court on Andrea Agnelli, former president of Juve, for the so-called ‘salary maneuver’. The FIGC prosecutor had asked for 20 months.

This is the sentence against Andrea Agnelli, immediately enforceable, pronounced by the federal court presided over by Carlo Sica for the second branch of the Prisma investigation which concerns in particular the Juventus salary maneuvers relating to the 2020 and 2021 seasons. one from Juventus remained the only defendant in the hearing on the salary maneuver, considering the settlements with fines last May 30 for the other executives who had been deferred. Agnelli, instead choosing not to negotiate and not to give up any sporting appeals, was therefore called to trial today.

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