Moggi Slapped With Another Ban

The Italian Football Association’s (FIGC) disciplinary commission has heaped yet another ban on Luciano Moggi for his part in the ‘SIM case’ during Calciopoli.

Sergio Artico, a lawyer who was presiding over the case, has handed out various sanctions to Moggi and former referees for having “constituted a system of telecommunications between Moggi and Mariano Angelo Fabiani on one part and the associates of the AIA(Italian Referees Association on the other”.

Moggi has been given a further ban of 14 months, on top of the five years he recieved in 2006 for his role in the scandal, with Fabiani receiving four years.

Former referees Tiziano Pieri, Salvatore Racalbuto, Stefano Cassarà, Antonio Dattilo, Paolo Bertini, Marco Gabriele and Marcello Ambrosino have all been banned for 18 months.

Massimo De Santis received a six month suspension for his role.

Moggi and company were accused of using a number of different sim cards to keep in touch with referees and designators in order to ensure they had their choice of match official for important games.

The former Juventus transfer chief was the main figure at the centre of the Calciopoli scandal which rocked Italy in 2006.

The earliest he will be able to return to the game is in 2012, unless he appeals and has his ban reduced.

Moggi Slapped With Another Ban Reviewed by admin Ucop on 10:25 PM Rating: 5

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