Juventus Fined Over Amauri Transfer Irregularities - Report

Bianconeri fined after Italian FA discovers irregularities over Amauri's 2008 transfer...

By Salvatore Landolina

Jun 30, 2010 4:33:00 PM

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The FIGC have confirmed the national disciplinary commission has taken punitive measures against Juventus, Chievo and Palermo as well as a number of individuals who brokered the Amauri transfer in 2008.

The FA investigated alleged irregularities over the transfer after Amauri joined Juventus two summers ago from Palermo in a €22.8 million move.

The disciplinary commission reached its decision today and confirmed it on the FIGC's official website.

The statement reads:

"A four month ban for Chievo technical director Giovanni Sartori, two months to Juventus chief executive Jean Claude Blanc, and former sporting director Alessio Secco.

"18 months to football agents Stanislao and Mariano Grimaldi; and fines for Juventus, Chievo, Amauri and Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini.

"These are the measures taken by the national disciplinary commission following the irregularities of Amauri's transfer to Juventus."

Sky Sport Italia are reporting that Juventus' lawyers will appeal against the decision.

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