Juventus President Andrea Agnelli launched a Calciopoli sideswipe at Inter. “We won 29 Scudetti, Milan 18, we don't know about Inter...”
The Bianconeri have handed in a formal request for the FIGC to re-evaluate the 2005-06 Scudetto, which was stripped from Juve and handed to the Nerazzurri during the Calciopoli scandal.
They insist new evidence shows Inter were not completely innocent parties in the scandal, so did not deserve to be given that title.
“Should we divide up the pay-per-view television rights by keeping meritocracy in mind? I'd support it, but that means taking the history of a club into consideration,” said Agnelli.
“We won 29 Scudetti, Milan 18, we don't know about Inter... There must be a reason why these three clubs represent 70 per cent of the football fans in Italy.”
The history books show Juventus have 27 titles, as the 2004-05 and 2005-06 editions were stripped. 2004-05 went unassigned.
The Serie A sides are still debating how to spread the wealth from pay-per-view television rights between the various clubs, including a complex combination of how many fans they have, average ratings and more.
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