The man at the center of the refereeing scandal that rocked Italian football in 2006 maintains that the Bianconeri was wrongly stripped of two ScudettiFormer Juventus director Luciano Moggi has weighed into the increasingly heated debate over the club's '30th' Scudetto success, claiming that he would nail the controversial third golden star to Inter president Massimo Moratti's forehead.
The Bianconeri has sparked outrage among many of its rivals by revealing intentions to sew a third star onto its jerseys in honor of what it feels is a 30th Serie A title, despite being stripped of two Scudetti because of alleged involvement in 'Calciopoli'.
However, the man at the center of that scandal, Moggi, feels that Juve is perfectly entitled to add another star above its crest and dismissed the concerns of Moratti, who earlier this week urged the Turin club not to stir up any more controversy.
“Of course Juventus ought to put the third star on their jerseys,” Moggi told Radio 24. “If it were up to me, I’d nail it to Moratti’s forehead!"
Moggi, who resigned from his position at the end of the 2005-06 season, then claimed some credit for the Old Lady's latest league triumph.
“I’m still in contact with [Juve] president Andrea Agnelli and we spoke after the Scudetto win," he revealed.
"He learned how to be a director from me and Antonio Giraudo. We taught him well.”
Juventus clinched the title with a 2-0 victory over Cagliari in Trieste on Sunday and can now record a double by beating Napoli in the Coppa Italia final in Rome on May 20.