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  1. buongiorno e naturalmente oggi ci sarebbe un udienza cominciano a parlare le difese
  2. beh non le avevano ascoltate neanche in procura perchè dovrebbero ascoltarle loro
  3. intercettazioni molto pesanti e imbarazzanti..messe da parte chissà a chi si riferisce
  4. ma no dai oggi parla l'accusa con le sue richieste vedrai che ne parleranno anche le tv e i giornali
  5. beh dai qualcosa di inusuale.. hanno scritto chissà.. un vannuccini ter o il carabinere pentito o il filmato sparito o nuovi specchietti excel delle sim o la procura si arrende..
  6. domani ricominciano tuttojuve.com scrive in un trafiletto che ci sarà qualcosa di insolito a livello processuale,forse
  7. beh sicuramente dirà adesso hocapito che dietro tutto c'erano il milan la lazio la lega carraro
  8. beh se l'accusa dice che è stata acquistata dal signor moggi,allora le cose cambiano sempre se pairetto riuscirà a dimostrare che glilea aveva data l'uefa
  9. mah secondo me si è sbagliato de santis era precluso perchè aveva fatto la juve la settimana prima l'arbitro poi mi pare fosse racalbuto e la partita finì in pareggio con raccomandazione di bergamo a guardare chi sta dietro de santis arbitrò la finale di supercoppa quando ancoras la squadra vincitrice del campionato la giocava in casa comunque annullò un gol regolare a trezeguet
  10. beh gli imputati faranno dichiarazioni spontanee quindi parleranno delle loro carriera e delle accuse magari a pairetto gli scappa qualcosa su vannuccini
  11. da il post del 19/02/2013 bbc news beh qui sembra che la prescrizione sia un po più lunga e la federazione e la lega competenti 19 February 2013 Last updated at 05:55 GMT China footballers and officials banned for match fixing Shanghai Shenhua was found guilty of bribing officials to fix a league matchContinue reading the main story Related Stories What Europe can learn from China's match-fixing scandal China fans hail arriving Drogba China football ex-chiefs jailed China's football association has banned 33 players and officials for life after a three-year probe into match fixing. The Shanghai Shenhua club was also fined 1m yuan ($160,000: £103,000) and stripped of its 2003 league victory for fixing a match on its way to the title. In recent years, China has increased efforts to clean up football, which has been hit by a series of scandals. Over the past year, more than 50 officials, referees and players have been jailed. The corruption and rigging has at times been blatant, says the BBC's John Sudworth in Shanghai. One infamous match ended with a team clearly seen trying to score an own goal, he says. Attracting talent Shanghai Shenhua was found guilty of offering bribes to officials to secure it a 4-1 victory against Shanxi Guoli, Chinese media report. UK premier league star Didier Drogba stayed at Shanghai Shenhua for just one season In addition to the fine, it was given a six-point penalty for the coming season, as was another top-division side, Tianjin Teda, which was also fined 1 million yuan, said China Daily. In total, 12 clubs have been given financial or points penalties, Xinhua reports. Among the officials banned for life were two former heads of the football league, Nan Yong and his predecessor Xie Yalong, who are already serving 10-and-a-half years each in jail after being convicted of accepting bribes. Another 25 players and officials have been given five-year bans. China's football authorities hope that by cracking down on corruption cases they will raise standards and attract foreign talent to play in the country, says our correspondent. But they clearly have some way to go, he adds. Former English premier league players Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka were recently signed to Shanghai Shenhua, but left after just one season.
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