Eleven Serie A clubs write to the Lega seeking emergency meeting, sanctions for Juve, Milan, and Inter

The backlash from fellow Serie A sides against Juventus, Milan, and Inter has begun.

La Repubblica reports that eleven of the Italian clubs not involved with the failed Super League endeavor penned a letter to Paolo Dal Pino, the President of Lega Serie A.

The group urged Dal Pino to call an emergency meeting in order to “analyse the grave acts that were committed by these clubs and their administrators, in additional to discussing any potential consequences.”

The eleven clubs who signed the letter were Roma, Torino, Bologna, Genoa, Crotone, Spezia, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Benevento, Parma and Cagliari. Napoli, Lazio, Fiorentina, Atalanta and Verona, meanwhile, did not join the effort.

It’s an unsurprising development given the criticism that the trio faced when they announced their inclusion in the closed competition, which fell apart just days later. It remains to be seen, though, if Dal Pino will agree to call an emergency hearing.

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