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Italy anyone has got canada goose coat has been hit by a betting scandal as anti-mafia police investigate alleged links between Italian clubs and organised crime.
Police are looking into claims that 12 Italian football clubs have been involved in suspected match-fixing. Four Serie A clubs — Chievo mcgj, Lecce, canada goose coat 1000 calorie diet Siena and Reggina — are being investigated, along buy canada goose jacket usa with two in Serie B and best ideas about canada goose outlet online on pinterest six from amazon canada goose jacket Serie C.
The investigation by a Naples-based anti-mafia unit started anyone has got canada goose coat after phone conversations involving five players -the former Siena and Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Generoso Rossi, who is now out of contract, Siena midfielder Roberto D’Aversa and striker Nicola Ventola, and two Serie C players — had been intercepted.
Public prosecutors said that «agreements for fixing best canada goose coat for skiing matches . . . led to illegal ways of gaining money. The investigations want also to prove the involvement of organised crime and mafia in this procedures».
The main evidence is an alleged telephone conversation between Rossi and D’Aversa. When his former team-mate asked him the results of the coming Sunday’s matches, the goalkeeper is said to have replied: «Chievo and Ascoli will draw, Crotone and Catanzaro will win.»
Two days amazon canada goose jacket later Crotone v Fermana ended 3-0; Taranto v Catanzaro 0-1; Ascoli v Piacenza 0-0; and Chievo-Reggina 0-0.
In another conversation with one of the two Serie C buy canada goose jacket cheap players before a match between Chievo and Siena, Rossi allegedly said that «there was a general agreement between the two clubs» adding that only the Chievo coach Luigi del Neri wanted the match to be played normally. It ended 1-1.
Rossi was alleged to have talked about «the possibility of gaining £20-25,000» on a match between Siena and Udinese. Interrogated by judges on the matter, the 25-year-old goalkeeper refused to reply and to make any comment.
Siena’s president Paolo de Luca said: «As regards our players involved, they are normal citizens when they are not playing football. We have nothing to do with their behaviour outside the pitch.» He suspended D’Aversa and Ventola until the results of the investigations are known.