There is a new development in the scandal, as Brindisi director Vito Morisco confessed match-fixing a game with Pomigliano.
Today Brindisi technical director Morisco made the confession in an interview with investigators in Bari, having been arrested two days ago.
He said that one of the Pomigliano players proposed the deal, which then went through transfer consultant Savino Daleno.
Brindisi paid €12,000 to ensure a 4-0 result away to Pomigliano, a club in the Naples area, on December 14 2014.
Lazio and Salernitana President Claudio Lotito assured he’ll “go forward like a train” after match-fixing allegations.
The latest betting scandal to envelop Italian football is based around Serie D and Lega Pro, the lowest divisions.
There is controversy around Lotito, as Salernitana’s games are under investigation in the Lega Pro campaign.
“I have nothing to say, as I speak with actions and facts,” Lotito told ANSA news agency.
The investigation into betting in Italian football opens a new chapter with Sassuolo and Lazio under the spotlight.
The authorities in Cesena have been continuing their investigation for several years and more evidence was presented late on Friday.
Gennaro Gattuso dramatically proclaimed his innocence of match-fixing charges. “I’d kill myself in the town square.”
The former Milan midfield and ex-Palermo Coach saw his house raided by police this morning as part of an investigation into betting syndicates in Italy.
The list of Serie A, B and Lega Pro games under investigation in the latest betting scandal has been released.
Lazio captain Stefano Mauri has seen his ban extended from six to nine months in the Calcioscommesse trial.
The midfielder had lodged an appeal against his six-month ban for failing to report a potential fix to authorities in the Genoa-Lecce game of May 2011.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete is confident the Serie A season “can begin with clarity” after Lazio and Genoa were charged in a match-fixing scandal.
In all 24 players have been charged with match-fixing in a new scandal at Bari, including Jean-Francois Gillet and ex-Juventus assistant Cristian Stellini.
The investigation is based around four allegedly fixed games from 2008 to 2010.