After several revelations at the trials in Naples involving former Juventus director Luciano Moggi, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has decided to open a new investigation into what many are calling 'Calciopoli II'.
Moggi's defense has involved wiretaps of other coaches and directors from around Serie A speaking to a referee coordinator. Inter, Palermo, Roma, Bologna, Cagliari and Udinese have all been implicated by the evidence presented.
"In relation to the ongoing process in Naples, federal prosecutors will ask for time to gather all the evidence produced by the parties," read a statement on their official website, figc.it.
"In the next hour, prosecutor Stefano Palazzi will send a formal request to that effect to the president of the Naples tribunal, Teresa Casoria, thus beginning the investigation based on the new [phone call] interceptions."
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