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2011–12 Italian football scandal

The 2011 Italian football scandal emerged on 1 June 2011 after a number of football-related figures were arrested, or made under official scrutiny, by Italian police for alleged matchfixing.[1][2] The list included also well-known figures as former Italian international footballer Giuseppe Signori, as well as former Serie A players Mauro Bressan, Stefano Bettarini and Atalanta veteran striker Cristiano Doni.[2] The group was accused of having fixed a wide range of Serie B, Lega Pro Prima Divisione and Lega Pro Seconda Divisione games.

The inquiry started following a denunciation from Lega Pro Prima Divisione club Cremonese, instigated by internal suspicions involving first team goalkeeper Marco Paoloni, who was successively sold to Benevento in January 2011.[2]

The scandal is also known as Operation: Last Bet, Calcio Scommesse ("Football Bet") or Scommessopoli ("Bet City").

First investigation, June 2011

Involved figures

Interestingly, some of the involved persons were already been inquiried or condemned for similar charges: Cristiano Doni was acquitted in 2000, whereas Vincenzo Sommese (in 2007) and Stefano Bettarini (in 2005) were disqualified for six months due to illegal betting.

Potential consequences

Following the inquiries and its direct developments, media speculated about the possibility that Atalanta and Siena might lose their right to play Serie A in 2011–12. Atalanta's situation is considered particularly delicate due to the direct involvement of Cristiano Doni in the matchfixing process, whereas Siena is accused of having paid Sassuolo players in order to obtain a win by more than three goals (game ended 4–0); Sassuolo itself, together with Ascoli, Padova and Piacenza, are also mentioned in the inquiry, and might be punished by the Federation due to the so-called "objective responsibility" law.[3]

First-degree sentences

On 9 August 2011, the Italian Football Federation announced the first-degree charges for all involved parties in the scandal.[4]

Clubs

People

  • Antonio Bellavista: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Mauro Bressan: 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities;
  • Giorgio Buffone: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Antonio Ciriello: 1 year ban from football activities;
  • Daniele Deoma: 1 year and 9 month ban from football activities;
  • Cristiano Doni: 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities;
  • Massimo Erodiani: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Gianni Fabbri: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Steven Fenicio: given a warning;
  • Carlo Gervasoni: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Thomas Manfredini: 3 year ban from football activities;
  • Marco Paoloni: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Salvatore Quadrini: 1 year ban from football activities;
  • Leonardo Rossi: 3 year ban from football activities;
  • Nicola Santoni: 4 year ban from football activities;
  • Davide Saverino: 3 year ban from football activities;
  • Giuseppe Signori: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Vincenzo Sommese: 5 year ban from football activities;
  • Giorgio Veltroni: 4 year ban from football activities;

Appeal

The Corte di Giustizia Federale of Italian Football Federation announced the following appeal.

Court of Final Appeal

The Tribunale Nazionale di Arbitrato per lo Sport of Italian National Olympic Committee announced the following final appeal.

  • Cristiano Doni (rejected)[7]

Juve Stabia – Sorrento match-fixing

On 11 October 2011, as part of betting investigation, FIGC announced the ban for match-fixing of Juve Stabia – Sorrento on 5 April 2009. The case was referred to FIGC by Naples criminal court.[8]

Sentences

Club

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF) Final Appeal (TNAS)
S.S. Juve Stabia 5 point deduction in the 2011–12 season. 3 point deduction Rejected[9]
Sorrento Calcio 2 point deduction in the 2011–12 season, plus €20,000 fine.

People

Name Sentences (CDN)[10] Appeal (CGF)[11] Final Appeal (TNAS)
Amodio, RobertoRoberto Amodio 3 year ban from football activities Rejected Rejected
Cristian Biancone 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities
Antonino Castellano 1 year ban from football activities Rejected
Spadavecchia, VitangeloVitangelo Spadavecchia 3 year and 3 month ban from football activities Rejected Rejected[12]

Second investigation, December 2011

On 19 December 2011, a new police operation coordinated by the Magistrature of Cremona led to a number of high-profile arrests, including active and former footballers such as Cristiano Doni, Luigi Sartor, Alessandro Zamperini, Nicola Santoni, Carlo Gervasoni and Filippo Carobbio. The inquiry started after Gubbio defender Simone Farina denounced a matchfixing attempt from Zamperini (a former teammate of him at Roma), with following investigation leading the police to unveil a complex gambling system involving criminal figures in Singapore, Eastern Europe and Italy with interest in fixing football games from all over Europe.[13]

The scandal then dramatically evolved a few months later: on 28 May 2012, a number of higher-profile players were involved, and the Cremone Magistrature went on to arrest Lazio vice-captain Stefano Mauri, former Genoa captain Omar Milanetto, Cristian Bertani, Paolo Acerbis, Matteo Gritti, Alessandro Pellicori, Ivan Tisci and Marco Turati, whereas José Joelson Inácio was put under house arrest and Kewullay Conteh and Francesco Ruopolo were forbidden to leave the country.[14][15] More football figures were also put under investigation: among these, Juventus Serie A-winning head coach Antonio Conte (due to alleged failure to report attempted sporting fraud during his period as Siena manager), former Milan star Kakha Kaladze, Genoa striker Giuseppe Sculli (for whom the judge rejected an arrest request), Chievo striker Sergio Pellissier and Italian international Domenico Criscito who was training at Coverciano with the Azzurri team at the time, and was excluded from the UEFA Euro 2012 roster as a consequence.[15]

Shortly after the latest arrests, Premier Mario Monti publicly suggested that football competition in the country be suspended for at least two years. He indicated that this was his personal opinion, not a formal government proposal.[16] The manager of the Italian national team, Cesare Prandelli, said he "would have no problem" if his side were barred from Euro 2012 in the wake of the scandal.[17]

Sentences

The National Discipline Commission (CDN) of Italian Football Federation (FIGC) announced the first-degree charges for some involved parties in the scandal, on 31 May[18] and 18 June.[19] On 6 July 2012 "Corte di Giustizia Federale" of FIGC announced the appeal ruling.[20]

Clubs

Appeal

People

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF) Final Appeal (TNAS)
Alberti, AndreaAndrea Alberti 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed Acquitted[21]
Bellodi, MirkoMirko Bellodi 2 year ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Caremi, DavideDavide Caremi 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed Dismissed[22]
Carobbio, FilippoFilippo Carobbio 1 year and 8 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Cassano, MarioMario Cassano 5 year ban from football activities Dismissed Dismissed[23]
Catinali, EdoardoEdoardo Catinali 9 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Cellini, MarcoMarco Cellini 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Colacone, RobertoRoberto Colacone 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Comazzi, AlbertoAlberto Comazzi 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Conteh, KewullayKewullay Conteh 1 year and 8 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Cossato, FedericoFederico Cossato 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities
Cristante, FilippoFilippo Cristante 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed
De Falco, AndreaAndrea De Falco 6 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Franco De Falco 3 year and 9 month ban from football activities 1 year ban from football activities and €30,000 fine 1 year ban from football activities [24]
De Lucia, AlfonsoAlfonso De Lucia 5 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Doni, CristianoCristiano Doni 2 year ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Ferrari, NicolaNicola Ferrari 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed 6 month ban from football activities (immediate release)[25][26]
Fissore, RiccardoRiccardo Fissore 3 year and 9 month ban from football activities Dismissed 14 month ban from football activities[27]
Fiuzzi, LucaLuca Fiuzzi 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed 1 year ban from football activities[28]
Fontana, Alberto MariaAlberto Maria Fontana 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed Acquitted[29]
Garlini, RubenRuben Garlini 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed [30]
Gervasoni, CarloCarlo Gervasoni 1 year and 8 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Andrea Iaconi 3 year and 9 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Iacopino, VincenzoVincenzo Iacopino 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Italiano, VincenzoVincenzo Italiano 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Job, ThomasThomas Job 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed Acquitted[31]
Locatelli, TomasTomas Locatelli 2 year ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Giuseppe Magalini 3 year and 3 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Mastronunzio, SalvatoreSalvatore Mastronunzio 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Micolucci, VittorioVittorio Micolucci 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Mora, NicolaNicola Mora 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Narciso, AntonioAntonio Narciso 1 year and 3 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Nassi, MaurizioMaurizio Nassi 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Nicco, GianlucaGianluca Nicco 3 year ban from football activities 1 year ban from football activities and €30,000 fine
Paoloni, MarcoMarco Paoloni 4 year ban from football activities
Gianfranco Parlato 2 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Passoni, DarioDario Passoni 1 year and 2 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Pederzoli, AlexAlex Pederzoli 1 year and 4 month ban from football activities and €10,000 fine (plea bargain)
Poloni, MircoMirco Poloni 1 year ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Rickler, CesareCesare Rickler 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed 14 month ban from football activities[32]
Gianni Rosati 3 year and 3 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Ruopolo, FrancescoFrancesco Ruopolo 1 year and 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Santoni, NicolaNicola Santoni 5 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Santoruvo, VincenzoVincenzo Santoruvo Disqualification for 6 match-day
Sartor, LuigiLuigi Sartor 5 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Sbaffo, AlessandroAlessandro Sbaffo 1 year and 4 month ban from football activities and €100,000 fine (plea bargain)
Serafini, MattiaMattia Serafini 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Stefani, MirkoMirko Stefani 4 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Tamburini, JuriJuri Tamburini 10 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Vantaggiato, DanieleDaniele Vantaggiato 3 year ban from football activities Dismissed
Ventola, NicolaNicola Ventola 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Dismissed
Zamperini, AlessandroAlessandro Zamperini 5 year ban from football activities Dismissed

Sentences - September

On 18 June 2012, FIGC announced that the discipline action against the following players were suspended due to criminal body had started the legal process, the committee resumed the action in September.[33]

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF)
Acerbis, PaoloPaolo Acerbis 2 year and 6 month ban from football activities — (plea bargain)
Bertani, CristianCristian Bertani
Joelson,Joelson 2 year and 6 month ban from football activities — (plea bargain)
Pellicori, AlessandroAlessandro Pellicori
Turati, MarcoMarco Turati

Third investigation, March 2012

Followed by the intensive interrogation since March 2012, the authority of Bari and Cremona had referred several players, coaches and clubs to Italian Football Federation for discipline action as the third lot of operation. This included Antonio Conte, by-then Siena coach, Italian internationals Leonardo Bonucci, by-then Bari player, Simone Pepe, by-then Udinese player, Marco Di Vaio, by-then Bologna player.[34]

On 1 August, Conte's plea bargain was rejected.[35] On 10 August 2012 Pepe, Bonucci, Di Vaio and 3 other players as well as Udinese were acquitted.[36] The prosecutor appealed for the innocent of Pepe, Bonucci, Di Vaio and others except Daniele Padelli and Conte also appealed for the ban, however both rejected by the judge. However, Grosseto and the president of the club Piero Camilli were acquitted.[37]

Sentences

Clubs – Cremona line

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF)
U.C. AlbinoLeffe 1 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €30,000 fine. (plea bargain)
A.C. Ancona (under liquidation) €10,000 fine
U.S. Grosseto F.C. Relegation to 2012–13 Lega Pro Prima Divisione. acquitted
Novara Calcio 2 point deduction in the 2012–13 season. 1 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €20,000 fine.
A.C. Siena 6 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €20,000 fine. (plea bargain)
Torino F.C. 1 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €30,000 fine. (plea bargain)
A.S. Varese 1910 1 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €30,000 fine. (plea bargain)

Clubs – Bari line

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF) Final Appeal (TNAS)
A.S. Bari 5 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €80,000 fine. — (plea bargain)
Bologna F.C. 1909 €30,000 fine Rejected
U.S. Lecce Relegation to 2012–13 Lega Pro Prima Divisione, plus €30,000 fine. Rejected Relegation[38]
Calcio Portogruaro Summaga €5,000 fine — (plea bargain)
U.C. Sampdoria 1 point deduction in the 2012–13 season, plus €30,000 fine. — (plea bargain)[39]
A.C. Siena €80,000 fine — (plea bargain)

People – Cremona line

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF) Final Appeal (TNAS)
Alessio, AngeloAngelo Alessio 8 month ban from football activities 6 month ban from football activities 2 month ban from football activities[40]
Bertani, CristianCristian Bertani 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 3 year ban from football activities[41]
Bombardini, DavideDavide Bombardini 6 month ban from football activities
Piero Camilli 5 year ban from football activities Acquitted
Carobbio, FilippoFilippo Carobbio 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Cassano, MarioMario Cassano 9 month ban from football activities Rejected Rejected[42]
Catinali, EdoardoEdoardo Catinali 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 5 month ban from football activities[43]
Conte, AntonioAntonio Conte 10 month ban from football activities Partially acquitted, remained 10 month ban[44] 4 month ban from football activities[45]
Coppola, FerdinandoFerdinando Coppola 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 4 month ban from football activities[46]
Costa Júnior, Angelo daAngelo da Costa Júnior 3 month ban from football activities and €30,000 fine (plea bargain)
Giorgio D'Urbano 5 month and 10 day ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Drascek, DavideDavide Drascek 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 2 month ban from football activities (immediate release)[47]
Daniele Faggiano 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Garlini, RubenRuben Garlini 9 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)[30]
Gervasoni, CarloCarlo Gervasoni 3 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Gheller, MavilloMavillo Gheller 6 month ban from football activities Rejected acquitted [48]
Larrondo, MarceloMarcelo Larrondo 3 month and 20 day ban from football activities and €30,000 fine (plea bargain)
Passoni, DarioDario Passoni 6 month and 15 day ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Pellicori, AlessandroAlessandro Pellicori 3 year ban from football activities Rejected
Pesoli, EmanueleEmanuele Pesoli 3 year ban from football activities Rejected 10 month ban from football activities[49]
Poloni, MircoMirco Poloni 6 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Sala, LuigiLuigi Sala 2 year ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Marco Savorani 5 month and 10 day ban from football activities and €30,000 fine (plea bargain)
Stellini, CristianCristian Stellini 2 year ban from football activities and €50,000 fine (plea bargain)
Terzi, ClaudioClaudio Terzi 3 year and 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 7 month ban from football activities[50]
Vitiello, RobertoRoberto Vitiello 4 year ban from football activities Rejected 9 month ban from football activities[51]

People – Bari line

Name Sentences (CDN) Appeal (CGF) Final Appeal (TNAS)
Guido Angelozzi 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Bellavista, AntonioAntonio Bellavista 4 year ban from football activities
Belmonte, NicolaNicola Belmonte 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 4 month ban from football activities[52]
Bentivoglio, SimoneSimone Bentivoglio 1 year and 1 month ban from football activities and €50,000 fine[53] (plea bargain)
Carobbio, FilippoFilippo Carobbio 2 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Esposito, MarcoMarco Esposito 3 month and 10 day ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Gervasoni, CarloCarlo Gervasoni 1 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Guberti, StefanoStefano Guberti 3 year ban from football activities Rejected Rejected[54]
Masiello, AndreaAndrea Masiello 2 year and 2 month ban from football activities and €30,000 fine (plea bargain)
Mutti, BortoloBortolo Mutti 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Parisi, AlessandroAlessandro Parisi 2 year ban from football activities and €10,000 fine (plea bargain)
Portanova, DanieleDaniele Portanova 6 month ban from football activities Rejected 4 month ban from football activities[55]
Rossi, MarcoMarco Rossi 1 year and 8 month ban from football activities and €20,000 fine (plea bargain)
Pierandrea Semeraro 5 year ban from football activities Rejected 4 year ban from football activities[38]
Marcello Sanfelice 4 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)
Stellini, CristianCristian Stellini 6 month ban from football activities (plea bargain)

See also

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