Juventus hit by 15-POINT penalty in switch rip-off as Spurs chief Paratici BANNED


SPURS have been rocked final night time after director of soccer Fabio Paratici was handed a two-and-a-half YEAR ban from the sport by an Italian courtroom.

Paratici was discovered responsible of orchestrating a switch rip-off over three seasons at Juventus.


Spurs chief Fabio Paratici has been handed a two-and-a-half yr ban from soccerCredit score: Reuters
Massimiliano Allegri's Juventus have also been hit with a 15-point penalty


Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus have additionally been hit with a 15-point penaltyCredit score: Alamy

And the Italian giants had the guts ripped out of their season as they got an enormous 15-point penalty for the plot.

The shock discovering means the FA is now more likely to be requested to implement the suspension by its Italian counterparts, leaving Spurs within the lurch and chairman Daniel Levy looking out to plug an enormous gap on the prime of the membership.

SunSport understands Wembley chiefs are unclear if the sanction is one which they need to routinely apply or await course from Fifa.

However usually associations settle for the disciplinary selections of fellow governing our bodies and whereas it’s anticipated Paratici will attraction the decision – of the Federal Appeals Courtroom – his future at Tottenham seems bleak.

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Juventus have been accused of inflating switch charges in dealings with different Italian golf equipment over three seasons to create hundreds of thousands of kilos in “capital gains” for tax functions.

It was said that Juve had manipulated the system to liberate their spending powers available in the market.

Juve and eight golf equipment, together with Sampdoria, Genoa and Parma, have been initially acquitted in Might.

However that verdict was appealed to the Federal Appeals Courtroom and Italian FA prosecutors requested the case to be reheard and for severe sanctions at yesterday’s listening to.


Prosecuting lawyer Giuseppe Chine had solely requested for a right away nine-point penalty.

As an alternative, the “Old Lady” have been mugged for 15 factors, dropping them from third within the Serie A desk right down to eleventh and 12 factors adrift of the fourth and closing Champions League spot, now taken by Lazio.

Chine, appearing on behalf of the FA, additionally demanded prolonged bans for Paratici and axed Juve board chiefs Andrea Agnelli and Pavel Nedved amongst others and fines totalling £1m for the golf equipment concerned within the scheme.

Juventus lawyer Maurizio Bellacosa argued the attraction was “inadmissible”, pointing to the authorized precept that “nobody can be prosecuted or criminally convicted of an offence for which they have already been acquitted”.

However that place was dismissed by the Courtroom, despite the fact that it dominated that sanctions ought to solely apply to Juventus and its officers and not one of the different golf equipment.

Paratici, 50, who joined Spurs 18 months in the past to take cost of recruitment in N17, was handed the heaviest punishment.

Agnelli, who formally stood down as Juve President this week, and chief govt Maurizio Arrivabene – who was previously Principal of the Ferrari F1 crew – have been each given two-year bans.

Nedved, who additionally left the membership this week, is suspended from soccer for eight months, together with quite a few membership officers.

The findings are additionally more likely to have extra severe implications for Juventus with Uefa poised to open an investigation into the monetary dealings that are more likely to result in a prolonged European ban,

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