ItalyFormer “godfather” Luciano Moggi reacted violently to coach Carlo Ancelotti’s remarks about the famous match-fixing case in Serie A – Calciopoli in 2006.
“Dear Carlo, your statement makes me think that you have forgotten your time at Juventus and do not realize that you are also denouncing yourself,” Moggi told the newspaper. The libero according to Ancelotti commented that the Calciopoli case helped purge Italian football in 2006. “He was part of the ‘dirty football’ which he loved because it helped him grow as a coach. He was also a part of that football when Juventus missed out on the Serie A title by attack. Rain in Perugia, he was also a part of that football when the Italian Football Federation changed the rules a week before Juventus’ game against Roma, giving Giallorossi the chance to play against non-EU player Hidetoshi Nakata, who had previously been disqualified became , had the crucial word as he equalized to help Roma win the title and finished second again. Back then, he often came to my office to complain about the injustice that Juventus had suffered.”
Ancelotti worked as a coach for Juventus from 1999 to 2001, when Moggi held the position of general manager. In these two seasons, “Lao Madam” took second place Series A to Lazio and Roma.
The Calciopoli case erupted in May 2006 when Ancelotti took the lead AC Milan. Moggi has been accused of being the mastermind when, alongside Juventus CEO Antonio Giraudo, he created a cohesive network of players, squads, referees and federation officials to fix scores in a series of matches. Matches, mainly matches with Juventus, to manipulate the transfer market.
After the trials, Moggi was banned from football for life and sentenced to five years in prison. AC Milan, Florence and Reggina were both points deducted and Juventus were stripped of the 2004-2005 Serie A championship and relegated to Serie B. That was also the only time Juventus was relegated to second place.
In 2015 Moggi was acquitted. Juventus once planned to sue the Italian Football Federation and recover the 2005 and 2006 championships and $480 million in compensation for the losses they suffered from the case. Moggi further commented on Ancelotti: “I don’t understand why he condemns this incident, like traitors who develop dirty games only to then condemn them just for being good people. Fishing in a barrel is easy and doesn’t cost a penny.”
After a successful spell at AC Milan from 2001 to 2009, Ancellotti continued to win trophies with teams outside of Italy. The 62-year-old coach has won the Premier League with Chelsea, Ligue 1 with PSG, the Champions League with Real and the Bundesliga with Bayern. if you win league This season, in his second phase at Real, Ancelotti will become the first manager to win the national championship in the five best footballing countries in Europe: Italy, England, France, Germany and Spain.
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