Juve, the game with justice is not over. In the courtroom in June for the salary case, there is the possibility of a plea deal
TURIN. The game with sporting justice does not end here for Juventus, on the contrary. Waiting to understand whether or not the bianconeri will appeal to the Coni guarantee college, after the new ruling by the federal court of appeal on the capital gains case, the club's lawyers are already at work for the next trial requested by the prosecutor Chinè. Indeed, in recent days, Juventus' referral was made official for salary maneuvers, suspicious partnerships and relations with agents, as direct and objective responsibility for the actions of Andrea Agnelli, Pavel Nedved, Fabio Paratici, Federico Cherubini, Giovanni Manna, Paolo Morganti and Stefano Braghin. The managers, old and new, are accused of violating article 4 paragraph 1 of the sports justice code, that of "sporting unfairness", and the hearing at the National Federal Court is scheduled for Thursday 15 June. That is, when this championship has been over for about ten days and the large space of time will help the club and the lawyers to establish the best strategy. There are two hypotheses: negotiate a sentence before the start of the trial, obtaining a third party discount, or follow the whole process to defend yourself to the end. In the first case, the penalty can also be discounted in the season that has just ended, which officially ends on June 30, even more so in the event of failure to qualify for the cups. In this way, every offense would be accumulated to remedy the past and restart without penalties to be served in the new season.
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Last night's verdict, therefore, affects the next trial. «We are not satisfied and the first impressions are negative - commented Francesco Calvo, head of the technical area, before the Empoli match -: we must first read the reasons that will arrive in the next few days to understand the margins for a further appeal to the College of warranty".