Jail threat for Juve duo (1 Viewer)

Qaterminator

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Nov 15, 2003
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The prosecution in the Juventus doping trial has asked for two of the club’s staff to be handed prison sentences.

Chief executive Antonio Giraudo and medical officer Riccardo Agricola are currently on trial, accused of allegedly handing banned substances to players between 1994 and 1998.

The pair deny the allegations but public prosecutor Raffaele Guariniello has today called for stiff punishments.

Guariniello would like Giraudo to serve 25 months, while Agricola could face a three year and two month sentence.

Guariniello opened his investigation in the summer of 1998 after then Roma boss Zdenek Zeman claimed that Italian football had a drug problem.

The trial began four years later, in January 2002, with a number of players – past and present – being questioned as witnesses.

The players insist they were never given illegal substances by the Serie A giants. The trial continues.
 

Eaglesnake_1

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Mar 28, 2004
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Doping, Grande Stevens: Juve non ha alcuna responsabilità penale
Mar 26 Ott, 11:42 AM


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TORINO (Reuters) - Il presidente della Juventus Franzo Grande Stevens ha detto oggi di ritenere che nel comportamento della Juventus "non ci sono responsabilità penali".

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Riferendosi al processo per doping in corso a Torino, Grande Stevens ha fatto riferimento oggi a un parere "pro-veritate" che ha chiesto al professore Carlo Federico Grosso (ex vicepresidente del Consiglio superiore della magistratura).


"Questo parere dice che non ci sono reati commessi dalla Juventus e non ci sono responsabilità penali", ha detto Grande Stevens rispondendo a un'azionista nel corso dell'assemblea della Juventus Spa.


"E' un parere che scagiona la Juventus da responsabilità penali e conferma il giudizio del Coni, che nel 2000 aveva ritenuto corretto il comportamento della Juventus".


Ieri, nell'ambito del processo sul presunto uso di farmaci dopanti da parte dei giocatori della squadra bianconera, il procuratore aggiunto di Torino Raffaele Guariniello ha chiesto la condanna a tre anni e due mesi di carcere per il capo dello staff medico della Juventus Riccardo Agricola e a due anni e un mese di carcere per l'amministratore delegato della società, Antonio Giraudo
 

Eaglesnake_1

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Mar 28, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by azzurri7 ] ++
Translation if Possible?
Give you a resume:
Grande stevens, president of Juve, has said today that he belives there is no fault in the behavior of the team. he said he ask for advise Mr. Carlo Federico Grosso (vicepresident of the judges council in Italy)about the juve doping process an the answer was that penal responsabilities will not proceed in this case, confirming the absolution that was received from CONI four years ago about this same accusation.
 

Azzurri7

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Dec 16, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Eaglesnake_1 ] ++

Give you a resume:
Grande stevens, president of Juve, has said today that he belives there is no fault in the behavior of the team. he said he ask for advise Mr. Carlo Federico Grosso (vicepresident of the judges council in Italy)about the juve doping process an the answer was that penal responsabilities will not proceed in this case, confirming the absolution that was received from CONI four years ago about this same accusation.
Grazie:)
 

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