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More proof emerges that Juventus could have been possibly targeted by authorities.

Max Statman



According to the defensive brief presented by Juventus for an appeal to the FIGC Court last Friday, the FIGC Public Prosecutor’s Office did not take into account significant interceptions.

The brief cites an excerpt from a conversation between Stefano Bertola, the club’s manager in charge of accountants, and Federico Cherubini, the manager of the transfer market.

In this conversation, Bertola states that “Malicious no. If they’re the one they’re looking for, they won’t find anything, they won’t find anything” in reference to the alleged capital gains during a Consob inspection.


The defense brief argues that the Public Prosecutor’s Office did not consider this significant interception in its report and that it was an improper transfer of the results of telephone and environmental interceptions.

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