Juventus has in its pocket its seventh consecutive scudetto and in Naples they feel cheated. This Thursday, in a press conference to present the preseason stay of the southern team in Dimaro, President De Laurentiis said that his team is missing “6-8 points”, but there were those who went beyond the accusations.
Neoborbonico movement Neapolitan sent a file on the current Italian championship to FIFA, asking for an intervention of their legal offices, to “protect the credibility of this sport to young people.” In the dossier the alleged arbitration favors to Juventus in the games against Lazio, Fiorentina, Genoa, Cagliari, Benevento, Inter and Bologna and the control of the Signora Vecchia on the transfer market and the Italian media are analyzed.
This Thursday FIFA, through Michael Bossler, manager of arbitration, has responded to the Neoborbónico movement with a letter: “We are always interested in improving the image of our sport and protect the integrity of competitions”. The file, Bossler wrote, “will be the object of investigation” and if any of the hypotheses will be proven true, “the appropriate measures will be taken”.