Antonio Conte’s appeal against a 10-month ban will be heard in front of the TNAS tribunal on September 21.
The Juventus Coach was suspended due to his time at Siena in 2010-11, when he is accused of failing to report authorities to a potential fix.
He has always strongly denied these allegations and lost his first appeal to the Disciplinary Commission, even though one of the two charges was dropped.
It has now been announced that the TNAS tribunal will begin the hearing into Conte’s case on September 21 at midday local time.
It will be presided by Professor Massimo Zaccheo, Professor Guido Calvi and lawyer Enrico De Giovanni.
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