FIGC charge Juve and Moggi

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Italy´s football federation have charged Juventus, former general manager Luciano Moggi and a number of match officials in the second part of investigations into the 2006 match-fixing scandal.

Moggi, who had already been banned from football for five years for his part in corrupting referees, has been accused of providing foreign mobile phone numbers to match officials in order to communicate with them secretly.

A statement on the FIGC website explained that Moggi was being charged on two points, having also acted as director for Messina who were in the top flight with Juve at the time of the scandal.

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