Juventus will not give up fight as 2006 Scudetto goes to Inter

The Italian football Federation (FIGC) has decided Inter will keep the 2006 Scudetto, as Juventus have claimed it will not stop its fight to win back the revoked title.
The FIGC’s executive committee met in Rome, where 23 voted for Inter to keep their title which was handed to them, only one against and two abstained.
Juventus had asked the FIGC to look over the case last year following new evidence presented in the current Naples trial. However, the FIGC stated there was no legal recourse to strip Inter of the Scudetto.
Last week Juve President Andrea Agnelli made it clear he would take the matter as far as it had to go and a statement posted on the club’s official website echoes those sentiments:
“The outcome of today’s Federal Council confirms the absolute inequality in treatment in the event of similar circumstances. The petition submitted 14 months ago by Juventus allowed for a deep examination, unfortunately not followed by any acceptance of responsibility by the sports bodies involved, who instead dismissed their political role as governance.”
It is thought Juve’s first stop will be CONI – the Italian National Olympic Committee where they will likely appeal to have the decision reconsidered and could provide evidence from the Naples trial as well.
“It is understood that, in order to protect their millions of fans, as well as the shareholders and employees, Juventus must pursue the right and proper verification of facts while looking for treatment equality.
“Therefore, the Club’s lawyers have been given the mandate to identify the best protection instruments in the administrative and international law. Since today’s decision is far from providing equality and justice, Juventus want to assert all the internationally applicable rules at every relevant office.”

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