Inter have nothing to do with Calciopoli scandal - Massimo Moratti

The Inter president does not fear that the 2006 Scudetto will be taken from his side as he repeats his stance that the club took no part in the controversial scandal
Massimo Moratti has reiterated that Inter had no involvement in the Calciopoli scandal that rocked Italian football in 2006.

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) stripped Juventus of their 2005 and 2006 crowns because of their participation in the scandal, but the Turin side asked for the honours to be returned in May 2010, as new evidence highlighted that around 16 of the 20 top-flight clubs took part in the affair.

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A decision on Juventus' appeal is due in the upcoming days, but Inter president Moratti doesn't fear the outcome, telling the club's official website: "I've always had the same feeling. I am absolutely convinced that we have nothing to do with Calciopoli, so I hope and I believe that justice will run its path."

Juve's 2005 Scudetto title was struck from the records but not awarded to another team, while their 2006 crown was eventually handed to Inter.

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