The Daily Star

Your Right To Know
Sunday, December 21, 2014

Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Sports

Prosecutors seek Napoli sanctions

Italian football federation (FIGC) prosecutors on Monday demanded Napoli be docked one point and captain Paolo Cannavaro banned for nine months for their role in the "Calcioscommesse" match-fixing affair.

The same punishment has been sought for one other Napoli player, Gianluca Grava, as well as Napoli's former number two goalkeeper, Matteo Gianello.

The charges relate to attempts to affect the outcome of games, a practice which is linked to illegal betting rings.

Prosecutor Palazzi also demanded Napoli pay a fine of 100,000 euros.

Share on



 






 

 


advertisement

 


The Daily Star

© thedailystar.net, 1991-2014. All Rights Reserved