Serie A

Juventus 15-point deduction overturned pending new trial, Roma drop to 4th

TURIN, ITALY - OCTOBER 02: A general view of the stadium showing a branded corner flag during the pre-match entertainment prior to the Serie A match between Juventus and Bologna FC at Allianz Stadium on October 02, 2022 in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images)
John Solano

Italy’s highest sporting court, The Italian Olympic Committee’s (CONI) Collegio di Garanzia, announced it has decided to temporarily overturn the January decision of the Italian FA (FIGC) to deduct 15-points from the Bianconeri for various financial violations related to capital gains on several transfer deals.

The Committee ruled an appeals court must hear the case before a final punishment is levied against the Turin-giants—meaning the club is now third in Serie A with the points temporarily restored.

An appeal is expected to take place within the next 30-45 days but the decision has dropped Roma to fourth in the table with 56 points, three behind Max Allegri’s men.

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