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In a letter published by the, the National Italian News Agency, eleven Serie clubs have asked for sanctions against Juventus, AC Milan and Inter after From their sills and their decision to join the superligue. Thus, Roma, the Torino, Bologna, Genoa, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Spezia, Benevento, Crotone, Parma and Cagliari signed this document, sent to Paolo Dal Pino, the president of the league.
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The signatories thus state "serious acts committed by Juventus, AC Milan, Inter and their administrators" . The letter also specifies that this superligue has "caused obvious and serious damage to Italian football" . To conclude, these eleven clubs want rapid action, because "to date, none of these teams has announced its real withdrawal of the superligue and that the risk of seeing them to form a similar project is not at Exclude ».
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