15 April 2010 - 12:58 PM
I don't agree at all, guys. Somewhere along the line, four years ago, someone decided, somewhere, that Milan, Juventus, Fiorentina and a few other clubs would have 'incriminating' evidence brought against them, but the very same evidence against Inter was simply overlooked as if nothing was there. That disgusts me so, so much. Maybe it wasn't Moratti (I bet it was!), but someone was clearly acting in favour of Inter when all this mess first came about.
I don't want Inter relegated, because that was a stupid decision in the first place, considering Juve weren't even guilty, but surely there must be something more beyond giving Juve their titles back, and clearing Moggi's name? What about all the money Juve lost? All the players they had to sell? To a lesser extent, the same applies to Milan. If Juve was a person, who was falsely accused of murdering someone, then was sent to jail, and only after they got out did they find that Juve was in fact innocent, then the government would have to compensate Juventus. In this case, I can only see that as the FIGC having to somehow compensate (through money?) Juve.
Also, Moratti should be banned from football.