Official: Agnelli ban revoked, but…

by | Dec 18, 2017 15:45

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has had his one-year ban for selling tickets to ultras lifted, but the club’s Curva Sud will be closed for one match.

The FIGC’s Federal Court partially accepted Juve’s appeal as Agnelli’s suspension has been brought forward to today’s date.

However, the 42-year-old will be required to pay a €100,000 fine, while the Allianz Stadium’s Tribuna Sud stand will be sealed off for the Bianconeri’s first Serie A home game of 2018.

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has had his one-year ban for selling tickets to ultras lifted, but the club’s Curva Sud will be closed for one match.

The FIGC’s Federal Court partially accepted Juve’s appeal as Agnelli’s suspension has been brought forward to today’s date.

However, the 42-year-old will be required to pay a €100,000 fine, while the Allianz Stadium’s Tribuna Sud stand will be sealed off for the Bianconeri’s first Serie A home game of 2018.

Lastly, the Old Lady have had their fine doubled from €300,000 to €600,000.

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