Juventus have received another blow after the TNAS tribunal ruled it was “incompetent” to rule on the 2006 Scudetto.
The Bianconeri had appealed to the National Arbitration Tribunal for Sport when the FIGC declared it could not revoke the 2006 Serie A title from Inter because the statute of limitations had expired.
Juve’s lawyers took the matter to the TNAS, hoping they would act on the new wiretap telephone evidence that emerged during the Naples trial.
“The TNAS, in reference to the controversy between Juventus F.C. SpA / FIGC and F.C. Internazionale Milano SpA, regarding the Federal Counsel’s act of July 18 2011 in rejecting the revocation of the Scudetto for 2005-06, confirm the Tribunal composed of Angelo Grieco, Dario Buzzelli and Enrico De Giovanni declares its incompetence.”
This means the Tribunal also feels it has no jurisdiction over this decision.
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