FEDERAL PROSECUTOR – The Federal Prosecutor has published an official statement on its website in which he claimed to have referred 11 clubs, five of which are from Serie A: Napoli and Juve are present. But not only. The list, as can be read from the official note, is long.
Here is the official note:
“The Federal Prosecutor – therefore reads the note -, having carried out the preliminary disciplinary activity and having examined the procedural documents, referred the FC Juventus, UC Sampdoria, SSC Napoli, FC Pro clubs before the National Federal Court – Disciplinary Section Vercelli 1892, Genoa CFC, Parma Calcio 1913, Pisa Sporting Club, Empoli FC, AC Chievo Verona, Novara Calcio, Delfino Pescara 1936 under their own responsibility, pursuant to art. 31 paragraph 1 of the Sports Justice Code “.
The press release continues with the reasons
“For having recorded in the Financial Reports capital gains and rights to the services of the players for values exceeding those permitted by the accounting principles to an extent that significantly affects, for some of the aforementioned clubs, the federal requirements for the issue of the National License, thereby also violating art. 31 paragraph 2 of the Sports Justice Code “.
OFFICIAL – The Federal Prosecutor deferred 11 clubs: the details
“The same companies are referred by way of direct responsibility, pursuant to art. art. 6, paragraph 1, of the Code of Sports Justice, for the acts and behaviors put in place by their top managers endowed with the power of representation and for objective responsibility, pursuant to art. art. 6, paragraph 2, of the Code of Sports Justice, for the acts and behaviors carried out by top managers who do not have powers of representation. With the aforementioned companies, 61 individuals were also referred who in various capacities have held the office of director or executive with powers of representation “.
As of today, it is not yet clear what the consequences will be for the deferred clubs. We will see if there are any further developments. Could the decisions of the Prosecutor’s Office affect sporting results?