Crisis-club Juventus ‘could be RELEGATED’ after entire board resigns as club faces charges over Prisma Investigation

JUVE GOTTA BE KIDDING JUVENTUS could face a points deduction or even RELEGATION to Serie B after their entire board resigned from the club.

President Andrea Agnelli and vice chairman Pavel Nedved quit their roles on Tuesday.
Juventus’ entire board of directors including Pavel Nedved and Andrea Agnelli have left the club

Juventus are enduring a torrid time on the pitch and could face relegation
But matters could get even worse for the 36-times Italian champions.

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Juve are being investigated for fraud regarding player transfers in recent seasons.

Last year, they recorded losses of £220million.

If they are judged to have broken the rules, La Gazzetta dello Sport believe the punishment could be extreme.

The report claims that the Old Lady could be hit with a points deduction, which would see them slip to the bottom of Serie A, or worse, relegation to Serie B.

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This will undoubtedly bring back memories of when Juventus were demoted to Italian football’s second-tier in 2006 following a huge match-fixing scandal.

On that occasion, Juve lost two of their Serie A titles and were deducted 30 points.

This comes following a wretched season on the pitch for the club.

Juventus did win their last six top-flight games before the break, but are TEN points behind leaders Napoli.

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And Massimiliano Allegri’s side have also crashed out of Europe altogether after finishing bottom in their Champions League group.

Allegri’s job has already come under pressure and changes at the top could throw his position into further doubt.

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