Kim Min-jae seems to win… Rivals Juventus ‘cut 15 points’ for fraudulent accounting

The Italian Football Federation announced on its official channel on the 21st (Korean time), “Juventus is subject to a penalty of 15 points reduction. Italian prosecutors have found the circumstances of Juventus accounting fraud. 11 members of the board will be suspended.” .

This is shocking news. According to Italian prosecutors, Juventus deliberately inflated the transfer fee during the transfer process. Due to accounting fraud, the Italian Football Federation handed down a heavy penalty of 15 points to Juventus. In addition, 11 members of the board, including former Juventus general manager Fabio Paratici and Pavel Nedved, were suspended from 8 to 30 months.

Tottenham Hotspur have no choice but to keep their nerves on edge. Paratici currently serves as Tottenham’s general manager. He is focusing on strengthening the Tottenham squad with manager Antonio Conte. In fact, Paratici’s general manager succeeded in signing Dejan Klusevski (22) and Rodrigo Bentancur (25) from Juventus in the transfer market last winter, and made a great achievement. This disciplinary action includes the suspension of activities of the European Football Federation (UEFA) and the International Football Federation (FIFA). There may be disruptions to the digestion of future schedules.

Punishment was immediate. Juventus, who was in third place, was cut from 37 to 22 points and fell to 10th place in Italian Serie A in the 2022-23 season. Because of this, Kim Min-jae’s team, Napoli, took the lead in the championship competition. Currently, Napoli is leading the table with 47 points from 18 matches, 15 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss.

However, Juventus plans to refute the punishment. Multiple media outlets such as ‘ESPN’ highlighted the club’s lawyer’s statement, saying, “Juventus’ lawyers feel that the punishment is unfair. We believe that it will be corrected in the next trial.”

온라인카지노 Meanwhile, according to the Italian Football Federation, 8 clubs except for Juventus were acquitted. Sampdoria, Pro Vercelli, Genoa, Pisa, Parma, Empoli, Novara and Pescara were acquitted of book manipulation charges.

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