Italian League Verdict
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ITALIAN football has finally got the bad news it had been expecting for weeks, with four of the country's top clubs punished for their parts in the match-fixing scandal that has rocked the country.
The following is a guide to the punishments handed down to the clubs and some of Italy's leading football administrators:
Relegated to Serie B and deducted 30 points next season.
Stripped of last two league titles from 2005 and 2006 seasons, and demoted to last place in the 2005 season.
Former Juventus general manager Luciano Moggi given five-year ban.
Former Juventus chief executive Antonio Giraudo given five-year ban.
Deducted 15 points next season and kicked out of the 2006-07 Champions League.
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani given one-year ban.
Club official Leonardo Meani banned for three years and six months.
Relegated to Serie B and deducted 12 points next season.
Fiorentina president Andrea Della Valle banned for three years and six months ban.
Fiorentina honourary president Diego Della Valle given four-year ban.
Relegated to Serie B and deducted seven points next season.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito given three-year ban.
Lecce, Messina, and Treviso, who finished in the Serie A relegation zone, will now keep their places in the top flight.
Italian football federation (FIGC) president Franco Carraro banned for four years and six months.
Vice-President Innocenzo Mazzini suspended for five years.
Head of Referees Association Pierluigi Pairetto banned for two years and six months.
President Tullio Lanese banned two years and six months.
Vice-president Gennaro Mazzei banned for one year.
Massimo De Santis banned for four years and six months.
Paolo Dondarini banned for three years and six months.
Gianluca Paparesta banned for three months.
Pasquale Rodomonti, Paolo Bertini, Domenico Messina, Gianluca Rocchi and Paolo Tagliavento cleared.
Claudio Puglisi banned for one year.
Fabrizio Babini banned for a year.
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