> > Moggi did more than that, he gave them presents, etc...
> > He did? That's news.
> I'm suprised you never heard of the *cash* and *expensive watches* given
> the referees by Juve directors.
> And this is stated by an ex Juve director,
> Is that the best you could do? Dig up the unsubstantiated whining of a
> disgruntled former employee, never backed up by anything. Those
> allegations are not even part of the Naples
> prosecutors' case, that should be enough evidence that they are
> completely bogus.
Nah, there's evidence to back his claims.
> Is there any evidence of any other team doing this? Inter? Milan?
> You really do have a short memory, don't you? Don't you remember the
> golden Rolex watches given by Sensi (Roma president) and the expensive
> training equipment given by Inter?
I remember the rolex, but nothing from Inter, and they are bribes so they
should also be prosecuted.
Is there any evidence that Milan did this, apart from that Chievo telephone
call incident regarding the lineman which had no effect on the game?
> > The conversations were at a different level.
> > They were not.
> See above. Evidence of *actions*, not just conversations.
> Bullshit. You have been brainwashed by the first wave of the
I don't get brainwahsed by the media or anything else, I make my own
If there is evidence, then they should be prosecuted, no matter which team.
>, and you are too narrow-minded and blinkered to see the
What's the truth? Do you know the truth?
I'm suprised you even support some-one like Moggi.
> > But they were fed to media together with the spin put
> > on them by the prosecutors, who carefully selected which wiretappings
> > to reveal, so that they could make the case that Moggi was at the head
> > of a mafia-like organization, and everybody had to defer to him. As
> > Benny would say, what a load of bullshit.
> I think that probably isn't true too, that he was the head.
> But he was convicted because he was bribing refs, and rightlyfully so.
> > Oh, and if I were you, I'd be a little bit worried. The new
> > wiretappings involving Meani and Galliani are actually much worse than
> > the ones involving Facchetti and Moratti. Not that anybody ever had
> > any doubts about the sleaziness of the Sleazy ***s.
> Evidence of actions, then I'll believe it.
> Friendly conversations with the refs means nothing. Moggi's conversations
> were backed up with evidence.
> Just substitute Meani with Moggi in the most recent wiretappings, and
> you would sing a completely different tune.
> Moggi will be fully cleared of any wrongdoing. Wait and see.
In the end, there was a common culture of the top clubs talking to the refs
and giving them presents.
Even though Sensi gave rolex to the refs, they were never really favored by
the refs. So this never guaranteed success.
The FIRST that should be prosecuted are the REFS, because they accepted
Many clubs paid the price except for Inter. If there's evidence against them
then they should be prosecuted too.