The Truth About Calciopoli Is Slowly Coming Out - Moggi


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    The Truth About Calciopoli Is Slowly Coming Out - Moggi

    Post by RefreSh on Mon Jan 12, 2009 6:29 am

    The former Juventus transfer guru has warned that the real truth behind the infamous scandal is slowly coming out, and it could be bad news for some high-profile Serie A presidents...

    Ex-Juventus transfer chief Luciano Moggi also believes the GEA scandal forced Italy coach Marcello Lippi to quit his position just after winning the World Cup with La Nazionale.

    Moggi escaped a jail term on Thursday after the court of Rome handed him a suspended sentence. He is now building up steam in an attempt to clear his name, and make those pay who he believes were really responsible for the crisis.

    Accusations have started to fly, as he believes Lippi quit his job because his son Davide was involved in the GEA trial.

    "As a result of this trial, Italian football had to renounce Lippi for two years," Moggi told Tuttosport. "The sentence is absurd and dangerous and the sentence will be overturned on appeal.

    "We will also see some good things happen in Naples with Calciopoli.

    "This sentence is a step towards the truth and every club president in Italy will need to be careful because they could all be accused of violence."

    The chief is ready to appeal the decision in order to try and clear his name from any wrong-doing.

    Moggi is currently serving a six year ban from football, but it seems this infamous saga is still a long way from coming to an end.

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