[Official] Juventus Got Their 15 Points Back And Now In Third Place With 2 Points Behind Lazio

Italy's highest sports court, the Collegio di Garanzia, on April 20th issued a formal order to the FIGC Federal Court of Appeal that they should reconsider the 15-point penalty that was handed down to Juventus. Collegio di Garanzia is reported to have found no definitive explanation from the Court of Appeal for the punishment given to Juventus. A retrial intended to expand on this case will take place in about a month or even when this season's competition is over.  This implies that if new, incriminating evidence is uncovered regarding Juventus, a new punishment will be imposed for the 2023-2024 season.

As previously documented, in January of 2023 Juventus received a penalty of minus 15 points because of their involvement in the Plusvalenza scandal. Juventus is accused of manipulating the value of player transfers to increase their capital gains. As a result, their accounting financially was deemed flawed. This controversy was worsened when the FIGC deducted 15 points from Juventus.

With this decision overturned, Juventus is now in third place with 59 points, just two points behind Lazio, who is in second place. The lifting of this suspension also forced Roma, Milan, Inter, and Atalanta to drop one position from their previous week's position.

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