After nearly seventeen years Calciopoli is still an open wound For millions of Juventus fans around the world. After the scudetto, the second in a row, it was conquered by the stratosphere of that time, led by Fabio Capello, with seven players – Buffon, Zambrotta, Cannavaro, Camoranesi, Del Piero, Thuram and Trezeguet – who participated in the World Cup final. victories from Italy over France (in addition to Emerson, Nedved, Ibrahimovic …), Sporting justice annulled national titles, sending – among thousands of discrepancies – the black-and-white club to the second divisionwith 30 penalty points later reduced first to 17 and then to 9. The second point, 2005-2006, was awarded to Inter, who finished third in the league: the Nerazzurri would become – after three years – nailed in the offense for the sporting offense, but what Called the “Palazzi sentence” it had no repercussions due to the statute of limitations. Luciano Moggiwho was then general manager of Turin, who had resigned with Giraudo and Bettega on the eve of the trials, had recently been handed over – first to Andrea Agnelli, then to Gravina and Rai – A key that has many telephone interceptions – about 170 thousand – is vaguely “cut off”Much of it will be revealed tonight by the National Public Service during the ‘Report’ broadcast on Rai3.
Cellino: “Everything was falling apart”
“Everything was collapsing, I tried to keep the hut afloat. I do not know from where to begin. There was a metal container with all the files in it, including false warranties and other things… We burned everything. When they came to look for that folder, there was nothing damned left…”says – laughs – the former president of Cagliari.
Moggi and Bergamo in Juventus’ defensive selection
“Juventus lawyer Zakoun went to trial, demanding a relegation penalty…Moji follows. Blatter then thanks Montezemolo for this decision. In this regard, Bergamo adds:They fooled ten million fans“.
Bergamo on Elkan, Montezemolo, Grande Stephens, Gabbetti, Giraudo and Moggi
Bergamo again: “The Honorable Latorre told me that Alcans, Montezemolo, Grand Stephens and Gabbetti were conspiring against Moggi and Giraudo“.
Baldini’s secret source for the Carabinieri
“Go grab this or that“,” These were the “provisions” of the former Roma coach of some of the gendarmes.
Report: “The End of the Football First Republic”
“The end of the First Republic of Football begins with a secret meeting in Milan, which was revealed today only by the appointed former referee Paolo Bergamo, one of the men involved in the Calciopoli storm.”
Moggi: “Berlusconi told me I was intercepted”
The former Juventus general manager tells how Berlusconi confided to him that he was intercepted, but there was nothing criminally relevant.
Calciopoli, Carabinieri speaks from Naples
An anonymous Neapolitan Carabinier relates that, in physical time, “there was no real thirst for justice, but a desire for revenge”.
Dinner after May 5, 2002
Former referee designer Paolo Bergamo recounts that after May 5, 2002, the day of the famous scudetto that Juventus won against Inter on the last day, former Nerazzurri president Massimo Moratti organized a dinner aimed at “overthrowing” the power of Luciano Moggi: Moratti asked me why the referees at Inter were so angry. He was convinced that the referees were hostile to make her lose.”
Moggi: “Only 25 interceptions against Juventus”
“Here I come with the voices of those who are being intercepted. Of the 170,000 interceptions, only 25 belong to Juventussays former general manager Luciano Moggi, speaking of the USB drive handed to Report.
Calciopoli, the report episode has begun
After a brief preview, in a report we start talking about Calciopoli: a clip on air with some excerpts from the speeches that will be broadcast during the episode.
Calciopoli, anticipation for the report episode is growing
The wait is almost over: the episode “Report” will start soon on Rai3, which will try to highlight Calciopoli.
Guido Rossi, the former Inter board of directors who took charge of football. Carraro: “Politics wanted it”
This is how Franco Carraro, FIFA president from 2001 to 2006, put it a few years ago about Guido Rossi, a former member of the Inter board of directors and FIFA commissioner in 2006: “It was proposed to Kony by someone from the government, or from the majority of the Brodie government. Politics, suppose, at that moment, might have been trying to get its hands on her, but then let go“.
Calciopoli, Moratti and Facchetti objections were not given to the prosecutors
Moggi’s phone calls that were deemed serious ended up with the judges, and those of the president and the owner of Inter, though, were assessed as equally serious. And what acquitted the Juventus manager of the Paparista case? Those are gone too.
Calciopoli Inter, phone calls from Moratti and Facchetti are gone
From the archives of Tuttosport, the ‘own’ assessments made on the Carabinieri objections: Moggi directly to the prosecutors and the president and owner of the Nerazzurri no. (read all)
Calciopoli, Inter: Why did the reported phone calls disappear from the investigation?
Gendarmerie:Cards of absolute importance“But they did not reach the hour. Fani Benta:”Certain calls from Facchetti are emphasized like those from Moggi, and then …(Read the whole thing)
The inconvenient facts of calciopoli
False myths and unsolved mysteries: Why did some phone calls disappear and why were there consequences only for Juventus? What you need to know.
Calciopoli 0-1 Juventus and Bergamo de Santis: “Everything is fine”
New developments (and objections) in the report ring: the conversation between the referee of that match and the previous referee. (read all)
Calciopoli, when the palace arouses suspicion
Football facts? In the gray areas! No one remembers anymore that there are exciting mysteries. (read all)
Cellino, calciopoli and a sickening sense of difference in judgment
A piece of the past has fallen on planet football, perhaps not entirely improvised, to shed new light on a dark page in the history of Italian sport. (read all)
Calciopoli, Cellino shocked a report: “In the league we burned everything, and then the financing came.”
In anticipation of the appearance of the episode of the TV show, some achievements were released that shed new light on the investigation. (read all)
Capello, Juventus and Calciopoli: “Two Scudetti were eliminated, we were the strongest”
The former coach returned to Juventus for two years to praise Carlo Ancelotti: “He is the best ever”. (read all)
Confused by Calciopoli: “Inter are out of bounds, Moratti made them swing”
A speech given a few years ago by a famous deceased journalist was: “Pervasive carelessness in behavior, care should be taken when talking“.
Calciopoli, Palazzi: Inter 2006 deserved the second division, not the Scudetto
The words with which the federal prosecutor nailed Moratti, Facchetti and the Nerazzurri club to the crime of illegal sport: unpunished because they were saved from the statute of limitations. (read all)
Penta, Calciopoli’s hidden calls: clear design for who you hit
From the Tuttosport archives, the interview with the man who listened to everything: “The investigators were very scientific in selection, there was a plan.” (read all)
Abodi, Calciopoli and Moggi flash drive: I did not receive it, otherwise …
The words of the Minister of Sports to the microphones of Radio Ancio Sport regarding the statements of the former Juventus manager. (read all)
Coppola, the words of the “penitent” from Calciopoli which have been hidden from Borelli
The then head of the Bureau of Investigation was looking for someone to reveal how the “system” worked, but the police did not find him very interesting. (read all)
Calciopoli: From Serie B’s Inter to Paparista’s fairy tale, the inconvenient truths
False myths and unsolved mysteries: Why did some phone calls disappear and why were there consequences only for Juventus? What you need to know. (read all)
Juventus stopped Calciopoli: from Buffon to Cannavaro and Ibrahimovic
The team, led by Capello off the bench, scored 91 league points in the 2005/2006 season and lost only once.
Juventus and Calciopoli: How the Napoli trial cleared the FIFA accusations
In a March 18, 2011 study, we explain how the “other truth” has emerged among the myths, theories, and omissions in the information. (read all)
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