Juventus President Andrea Agnelli sent an amazing message to the FIGC. “They don't have such a clear conscience” over Calciopoli.
The patron took to the official Juventus Twitter feed in order to send a brief but cutting signal to the Italian Football Federation.
“If the FIGC takes more than a year to respond to our legal action, then perhaps they don't have such a clear conscience.”
The Bianconeri sent an appeal to the FIGC to reconsider the 2005 and 2006 Scudetti that were stripped from Juventus.
New evidence brought forward by the civil trial into Calciopoli, which is currently on-going in Naples, may be enough to re-open the sporting investigation.
In particular, it is referring to the 2005-06 title that was taken off Juventus and handed to Inter, who finished in third place.
The Naples trial has provided what Juventus claim is evidence that Inter were also in contact with refereeing designators ahead of games the same way that they were.
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