The Federal Court of Appeals has fined Juventus with a deduction of 10 points, leaving them outside European spots and seventh on Serie A table.
It has been a rollercoaster of a season for Bianconeri, who have seen their entire board of directors resign, get accused of financial foul play, and then see the club get deducted fifteen points in their Serie A title challenge. This was then followed by Juventus appealing for the points to be given back to them, which was successful.
This boosted Juve’s season as they went on to reach the Europa League semi-final and get second place in the Serie A table.
However, their worst fears have now come to pass as the Federal Court of Appeals have ruled against them, upholding a 10-point deduction rather than 15, which now leaves the Old Lady with 59 points at seventh place.
Juventus are now a point behind Roma and two behind fifth-placed Atalanta as they no doubt want to secure European football in their last three matches.