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Juventus has had its 15-point Serie A penalty overturned pending a new trial to further clarify the capital gains controversy, so the FIGC Federal Court of Appeal must reassess.
This could be in a month or drag on beyond the end of the season, so any punishment would be for the 2023-24 season. This immediately pushes Juve into third place in Serie A with 59 points, pushing Roma into fourth place, AC Milan fifth and Inter sixth. However, the bans on Andrea Agnelli, Maurizio Arrivabene, Federico Cherubini and current Tottenham Hotspur manager Fabio Paratici were not revoked. Pavel Nedved and several other members of the board of directors are completely cleared.
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