The Italian Olympic Committee has set the December 14 date for ‘round table talks’ on Calciopoli between Inter, Juventus and others.
The CONI announced today that the peace talks, requested by Juve in the wake of recent evidence and controversy, would go ahead.
CONI President Gianni Petrucci and FIGC President Giancarlo Abete confirmed the meetings would be held on Wednesday December 14.
“It is a meeting to discuss and deepen the issues relating to football.”
Along with Inter and Juventus, some of the other clubs affected include Fiorentina, Lazio and Milan.
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