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Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo Blasts Calciopoli Talk

Inter chief executive Ernesto Paolillo has hit out at the Calciopoli allegations involving the club.

An ongoing trial in Naples has seen new evidence come to light in which Inter are accused of allegedly calling referees, and the then designator Paolo Bergamo.

The FIGC (Italian FA) confirmed they would be looking at the idea of re-opening the 2006 trial in which Juventus were stripped of two Scudetti, one of which was handed to Inter.

Reports have suggested the Nerazzurri could be stripped of the title depending on whether the 2006 trial is re-opened.

Paolillo has blasted all the talk, but was in no mood to bow to pressure and issue a greater response as the trial in Naples is still ongoing.

"There are too many people talking about Calciopoli," he told the press as reported by La Repubblica.

"Many things have no sense, and so I prefer to keep quiet about it."

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