Italian FA & Players Association Send Mixed Messages Over New Calciopoli

The head of the Italian FA says they will look into new revelations regarding Calciopoli, but others are not so sure...
The Italian football authorities are sending mixed messages out over a new Calciopoli investigation.

FIGC (Italian FA) president Giancarlo Abete has promised a review of the 2006 Calciopoli trial following new allegations in the current Calciopoli trial in Naples.

Reports suggest the 2006 trial which saw Juventus stripped of two Scudetti could be reopened. And Abete has confirmed that significant action could be taken.

"We will certainly speak about it, without a doubt, as it is part of my role as the president of the FIGC," Abete told the press as reported by Il Corriere Dello Sport.

The new revelations from Naples allege that Inter president Massimo Moratti had spoken to the then referee designator Paolo Bergamo.

However, president of the AIC (Italian Footballers Association), Sergio Campana, feels a new investigation into Calciopoli will not take off.

"Nothing has been opened. A new Calciopoli? Please..." he told the press.

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