Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has been slammed with one year ban, with the club also fined for his role in selling tickets to ultras ( Mafia-linked fans)
Juventus was fined for a sum €300,00 and Agnelli, now president of the European Club Association has been brought to books.
Prosecutor Giuseppe Pecoraro has demanded the FIGC's court to ban the patron for two-and-a-half years and fine
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Pecoraro had also asked for Juve to play two matches behind closed doors, plus another game with the Curva Sud sealed off.
Agnelli was also fined €20,000, as were executives Francesco Calvo and Stefano Merulla, who were similarly banned for a year, while Alessandro Nicola D'Angelo was suspended for an extra three months following the sale of tickets to ultras.