Juventus’ Nicolo Fagioli to serve seven-month football ban for breaching betting rules

Juventus midfielder Nicolo Fagioli will serve a seven-month ban from football for breaching FIGC (Italian FA) rules on gambling.
The Federal Prosecutor’s Office of the FIGC has handed Fagioli a 12-month ban, five of which will be commuted with the 22-year-old to undertake community service instead.
His community service entails speaking at amateur clubs, federal training centres and charities that deal with addiction.
Fagioli will also undergo therapy for six months and has been fined €12,500.
FIGC rules state that players are forbidden from placing or taking bets, directly or indirectly,…

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