Future FIGC President Gabriele Gravina dodges questions about Juventus’ Scudetti - “I don’t like to stop and count…’
The Bianconeri were stripped of two titles in the wake of the Calciopoli scandal, which also saw them relegated to Serie B.
The 2004-05 Scudetto remains unassigned, while the 2005-06 title was awarded to Inter.
That has proved to be controversial, with Juve claiming they won the Scudetti on the pitch and pointing out that the Nerazzurri were later accused of the same things, but the statute of limitations had expired.
“They [Juve] are one of the clubs in Italy that have proven to be ahead of the others,” Gravina told Il Messaggero.
“I don’t like to stop and count the number of Scudetti.”
Gravina is the only candidate for the FIGC election on October 22.
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