The sports judge has taken his time before making a decision on the outcome of Juventus-Napoli, and the verdict should finally arrive tomorrow.
The match originally scheduled for Sunday October 4 at the Allianz Stadium was never played, but the Old Lady turned up, despite knowing that Napoli couldn’t travel on the day.
Juventus asked for a win by default, whilst Napoli wanted to postpone the fixture to a later date. The Partenopei were accused of breaking the protocol and an hypothesis of a one point deduction even in the case of postponing of the match emerged in Italian media.
The deadline given to present the documents is on Wednesday this week and Napoli have appealed to article 55 to avoid the 3-0 defeat.
Napoli have strong arguments to avoid a defeat by default, as the local health authority in Campania stopped them from travelling to Turin.
Tomorrow, sports judge will present the verdict after the chaotic Sunday night ahead of the current international break.
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