The sanction to the Juventus midfielder, who reaches an agreement with the FIGC Prosecutor’s Office: 5 months of rehabilitation
Juventus midfielder Nicolò Fagioli has been banned for 12 months for illegal betting. As part of the agreement with the FIGC federal prosecutor’s office, 5 months foreseen by the sanction were “commuted into alternative prescriptions”. The player was also fined 12,500 euros. The disqualification is set to expire on May 17, shortly before the end of the Serie A championship which will end on May 26, 2024: Fagioli’s season with the Juventus shirt, which does not play in European cups, ends here.
“With regards to alternative prescriptions, Fagioli will have to participate in a therapeutic plan lasting at least 6 months and in a cycle of at least 10 public meetings, to be held over a 5 month period, at amateur sports associations, federal territorial centres, centers for recovery from gambling addiction, and in any case according to the indications and program proposed by the FIGC”, explains the Football Federation.
“The Federal Prosecutor’s Office will ensure compliance with what is indicated and, in case of violations, will adopt the measures within its competence, pursuant to the CGS, with termination of the agreement and continuation of the disciplinary proceedings before the sports justice adjudicating bodies”.