SIENA NEWS

Siena have stated they “would like to keep” Alessandro Rosina after his trial period, but warned he must “sort things out” with Zenit.
Emanuele Pesoli has been chained to the FIGC headquarters on hunger strike for over 24 hours. “I want to defend myself in a real trial.”
Emanuele Pesoli is on hunger strike, chained to the FIGC headquarters, but the Federation insist they cannot solve his problem with the betting trial.
Ex-Siena defender Emanuele Pesoli has chained himself to the front of the FIGC headquarters and started a hunger strike after his ban in the betting scandal.
The Disciplinary Commission will reveal its verdicts on the betting trial, including Antonio Conte and Leonardo Bonucci, on Friday morning.
Antonio Conte’s lawyer reveals why the Juventus Coach took a plea bargain and then chose to fight the betting charges in a full trial. “His dignity is priceless.”
The Disciplinary Commission have accepted plea bargains for Bari and Sampdoria, as well as for several footballers including Andrea Masiello.
Filippo Carobbio’s lawyers have hit back at Antonio Conte’s for their attack on the footballer for his role in Conte’s current situation.
The FIGC has reacted angrily to Juventus President Andrea Agnelli’s “unacceptable” attack on their sporting justice system.
Antonio Conte’s lawyers have begun their defence as the Juventus Coach goes to a full trial, risking a 15-month ban, in the betting scandal due to his time at Siena.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has launched a scathing attack on the sporting justice system, as Antonio Conte refuses a plea bargain and will try to plead his innocence.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte has refused to negotiate another plea bargain, so goes to a full betting trial and faces a potential 15-month ban.
Siena have accepted a plea bargain to start the season from -6 points, but President Massimo Mezzaroma says “we are paying for a single rotten apple.”
Juventus have announced a media blackout in protest at the decision to reject Antonio Conte’s plea bargain in the betting trial.
Siena have agreed a new plea bargain in the betting scandal for a six-point penalty and €100,000 fine, but then-Coach Antonio Conte is yet to decide his next step.
It’s reported Antonio Conte could secure a different plea bargain for four months and €100,000, an increase of one month from the rejected proposal.
In a shock move, the FIGC judges in the betting trial have rejected plea bargains from Antonio Conte and Siena, but Torino and Varese accept one-point penalties.
Zenit’s Alessandro Rosina reveals he’s ready to return to Italy with Siena after “Torino turned me down.”
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte insists he is “not worried” after being charged in the betting scandal. “When I get the chance, I too will speak out.”
There are reports Antonio Conte could accept a plea bargain in the betting scandal, suspending the Juventus Coach for four months.