The College of Guarantee of Sport have thrown out Juventus’ latest appeal to try and get verdicts made during the Calciopoli match fixing scandal overturned according to a report from Turin based news outlet Tuttosport.
As part of the scandal that rocked Italian football during the mid 2000s, Juventus were among several clubs to be punished for their actions. The Bianconeri were stripped of a few league titles they won and even relegated down to Serie B as punishment.
The 2005/06 Serie A title was stripped from Juventus and subsequently awarded to Inter – who had in fact finished third that season – and Juventus made another appeal for the title to be taken off of their arch-rivals and left simply unassigned but have again failed in their attempts.
The report from the Turin newspaper also goes on to state that following the collapse of their appeal, they Allianz Stadium club were sentenced to pay court costs of €10,000.