At present, the Italian Football Association has launched an investigation into the cheating case of Suarez. It is reported that the case is related to Juventus, and the Italian "Full Market" has also analyzed this, saying that if it is determined to help Suarez cheating, then Juventus will act lightly. You will be fined and downgraded.
At present, the Italian Football Association has officially launched an investigation into the cheating case of Suarez, and the investigation will focus on understanding the role of Juventus in this case. Once Juventus is actually hammered by the Italian Football Association to help Suarez cheat, it will What impact will it have on Juventus?
According to Article 32, paragraph 7 of the "Sports Law", it is stated that "registration of qualifications with false citizenship is a violation of discipline." At the same time, Article 2 paragraph 2 states that if a team or its manager or shareholder instructs or attempts to instruct others to obtain certification or citizenship by illegal means in order to evade Italy’s non-European registration rules, then regardless of whether it is done (i.e. Suarez) Whether or not to play for the team) shall be subject to sanctions. Players who participate in the game under false names will also be subject to the same penalty. According to relevant laws, penalties can be quite severe: from the simplest fines to downgrades.
But so far, there is no direct evidence that Juventus really participated in the case. Everything is still in the investigation stage, and any violations of discipline will be investigated. To be convicted by the above-mentioned laws, there must be evidence that Juventus was directly involved in the Suarez cheating case. In fact, the only relevant evidence that Juventus may cheat for Suarez is that the lawyer Turk was responsible for the university. People have contacted by phone, but the lawyer does not actually belong to Juventus, so even if her actions are determined to be illegal, they will not point to Juventus.