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Moggi insists Juventus did nothing wrong
Published in FilGoal on 27 - 07 - 2006

Former Juventus general director Luciano Moggi insisted the Turin club has done nothing wrong in the Italian match-fixing scandal.
Juventus were demoted to Serie B and handed a 17-point deduction for their part in the scandal, they were also stripped of their 2005 and 2006 League titles.
"The club has done nothing wrong, and you will see that in the end all accusations will be demolished," Moggi was quoted as saying by Calcio Italia magazine on Thursday.
Moggi, who quit his post on the last day of the season, believes there was a conspiracy behind the scenes to deprive Juve from their titles.
"I have been accused of being the head of a system. I ask which system? The only system I can see was the one that wanted to damage Juventus," he said.
"The Bianconeri in Serie B is a blow for me, but this also means that they have many enemies, and this is something I already knew."

Juventus were demoted to Serie B
Moggi was banned by a sports tribunal from being involved in football for five years for his part in the scandal.
He also said that the Italian giants got no favor from referees in Serie A matches, despite his involvement in the telephone conversations with the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) officials regarding the appointment of referees.
"If you compare the number of penalties Juventus were assigned, or the number of bookings it received, with the other top-flight teams, it is clear we did not receive any favors," he said.
"All the rest is pure fantasy," said Moggi.
"Instead, someone else needs to explain many things, such as the false passports or (Inter Milan president) Giacinto Facchetti's dinners and phone calls," he added.

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