Juventus will appeal against a €300,000 fine and a one-year ban issued to president Andrea Agnelli by the Italian Football Federation for his role in selling tickets to fans allegedly linked with organised crime.
The Serie A champions were hit with the financial penalty, while Agnelli and three other officials were given suspensions and individual fines. They have always denied any wrongdoing.
Several prominent figures at Juve were called to testify at a parliamentary Anti-Mafia Commission amid claims of a connection between club officials, fanatical 'ultra' supporter groups and suspected organised crime bosses regarding the distribution of tickets.
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