Andrea Agnelli: Juventus Will Get Their Revoked Serie A Titles Back

Posted on 28/08/2010


By Salvatore Landolina |

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has confirmed the club will not give up their efforts in having the two Calciopoli-revoked Italian league titles handed back.

Back in May Juventus announced they would be seeking legal avenues to find a way of appealing to have the two Scudetti that were revoked from them restored.

That move followed the on-going Calciopoli2 investigations in the Tribual of Naples in which Luciano Moggi and his legal team have been trying to prove that a number of clubs were in regular contact with referees.

The Italian FA (FIGC) promised they would launch their own investigation after it emerged that over 171,000 phonecalls involving a number of clubs, directors and referees had come to light, but were never used in the original Calciopoli investigation in 2006 when the Old Lady were stripped of two titles.
 claim the FIGC has been having trouble in obtaining evidence from the court of Naples from which they will open their own enquiry, but Agnelli is ready to hand over a file of documents on Juve’s behalf.

“What we have presented is very detailed and is based on our founded judgement,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

“It’s a precise exhibit on the revocation of one Scudetto. From this aspect we are not expecting a quick response, but we are confident of getting a positive outcome from what we are taking forwards.

“It’s a complex situation and we have to evaluate many legal issues, but we will show our correctness in cases which are still open. We will certainly evaluate revocatory action and the re-assignment of titles.”

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