Lotito suspended for two months

by | Oct 19, 2021 14:18

Lazio patron Claudio Lotito remains federal councillor, but the Federal Court of Appeal has sanctioned him with a two-month suspension after the COVID-19 case.

Lotito was initially imposed 12 months of disqualification for the violations of the COVID protocol, but the Aquile appealed to the CONI and the verdict has been given by the Federal Court of Appeal today.

It was uncertain if Lotito would be able to remain in the FIGC’s office as federal councillor, but the Aquile President will be able to continue after the Federal Court of Appeal revealed the sanctions.

The ruling has sanctioned Lotito with a two-month suspension after failing to comply with the coronavirus protocols.

The Lazio doctors Ivo Pulcini and Fabio Roda, however, have been suspended for five months by the Federal Court of Appeal for violating federal regulations and failing to comply with the health protocols.

The Biancocelesti were also handed a €50,000 fine.

epa08087717 SS Lazio owner and president Claudio Lotito arrives at Fiumicino airport, near Rome, Italy, 23 December 2019, as the team arrived back home after winning the Supercoppa Italiana 2109 against Juventus, which was played in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Lazio won 3-1. EPA-EFE/TELENEWS

1 Comment

  1. Burky

    These 2 months start now? Because meanwhile he wasn’t allowed to attend meetings etc, so is it valid retrospectively or..?

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