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Juventus presents the appeal against the 15-point penalty


Proposed a series of reasons to cancel the appeal ruling on the case of capital gains that condemned the Old Lady (ANSA)

CONI has formalized the receipt by the Sports Guarantee College of the appeal presented by Juventus against the FIGC and the Federal Prosecutor's Office against the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal, United Sections - issued on 20 January and filed on 30 January - with the penalty of 15 points in the standings for the black and white team to be served in the current football season.

Juventus mainly asks the Guarantee Commission to cancel without delay the contested decision for the inadmissibility of the appeal for revocation by the Federal Prosecutor, since the investigative documents sent by the Public Prosecutor to the Court of Turin do not constitute 'new facts' capable of subverting the ratio decidendi of the revoked sentence.

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The appeal also proposes other reasons for requesting the annulment without postponement and also suggests "cancelling the sentence for violation of the principles of due process".

With regard to the sanction, Juve requests that the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal be annulled for omitted reasons on the quantification of the sanctions imposed in violation of art.

12 CGS FIGC and in violation of the principle of proportionality in the treatment of sanctions.

Finally, the Juventus club requests in the extreme alternative to order the referral to the competent federal sports justice body, which will want - according to the principle of law sanctioned by the Guarantee College - to reform the contested decision in favor of the appellant.

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In addition to that of the Juventus club, the Guarantee panel received appeals from former Juventus president

Andrea Agnelli

and former sporting director

Fabio Paratici


Coni makes it official.

As part of the investigation into capital gains, Agnelli had been sentenced by the FIGC Court of Appeal to 24 months of inhibition, for Paratici it had been 30. The reasons in support of the appeals follow those presented by the Juventus club against the 15-point penalty in ranking.

Source: ansa

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