Italian Football In Turmoil

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by getofmeland, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Well the Verdict came out today the Italian League have decided on the Following Punishments for the teams involved in the Match Fixing Scandal.

    Juventus are the team who have come worse off, being relegated to Serie B and being deducted 30 points at the start of the campaign... Stripped of 2005 and 2006 titles, Out of 2006-07 Champions League, 5yr ban for ex-Juve general manager Luciano Moggi, & a 5yr ban for ex-Juve chief executive Antonio Giraudo.

    AC Milan have been allowed to stay in Serie A but will be Deducted 15 points next season, also have been chucked Out of 2006-07 Champions League, a 1yr ban for vice-president Adriano Galliani and a 3yrs 6mth ban for club official Leonardo Meani.

    Fiorentina have been Relegated to Serie B, with a 12-point deduction next season, they have also been chucked out of 2006-07 Champions League, with a 3yrs 6mth ban for president Andrea Della Valle and a 4yr ban for honourary president Diego Della Valle.

    Lazio have been Relegated to Serie B, with a 7 Point deduction next season, they have been chucked Out of 2006-07 Uefa Cup and a 3yr ban for president Claudio Lotito.

    So what will be the implecations to the Italian League? What players will leave and where will they go? Will this affect Football on a worldwide scale?

    Discuss!
     
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  3. jinxed_nz

    jinxed_nz Guest

    Holy crap! now im not a soccer, sorry, football person so Im not in the know to much but even I can say that is a massive deal! Wont the football fans start riats or something?
     
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