Juventus president Andrea Agnelli faces 2½-year ban for ticket touting
Andrea Agnelli is alleged to have allowed the sale of season passes above the limit.
A two-and-a-half-year ban is sought for Juventus president Andrea Agnelli for an allegedly illicit relationship with “ultra” fans that encouraged ticket touting, or scalping.
The Italian football federation’s prosecutor made the request at a hearing on Friday, 10 days after Agnelli was elected to chair the 220-member European Club Association.
A federation panel has 10 days to decide on the punishment and then there is room for appeals.
The federation prosecutor, Giuseppe Pecoraro, also requested…
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