Paulo Vitor Barreto, Giovanni Marchese and Davide Lanzafame have taken plea bargains in the latest betting scandal.
The players negotiated with public prosecutors in the trial for alleged match-fixing in Bari-Treviso (May 2008) and Salernitana-Bari (May 2009).
Barreto and Marchese both saw their plea bargains of three months and 10 day bans accepted for failing to alert authorities to a potential fix.
Lanzafame’s ban is one year and four months, as he was charged with sporting fraud, and fined €40,000.
The trial continues with former Bari goalkeeper Jean-Francois Gillet – now at Torino – facing a possible four-year ban.
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