Andrea Agnelli, the former president of Juventus Football Club, has been banned for sixteen months. Agnelli has been fined €60,000, the Italian confederation (FIGC) announced.
Agnelli, who has been president of the club since 2010, resigned last November along with the entire staff of the Torino association and was banned from all sports-related activities for two years in January due to irregular accounting of player certificates. Juventus then received 15-point deductions, then temporarily revoked them in April, and were finally punished with a ten-point deduction by the Federal Court of Appeal in May. (MTI)