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Police have arrested 12 hardcore Juventus’ultra’ enthusiast leaders for a set of alleged offences.
The accusations include things like whenever they weren’t granted more tickets making illegal demands to the club for example carrying racist chants during matches.
There are fees for affiliation, extortion, money laundering and violence.
The investigation by Turin prosecutors is connected into the’ ultras’ section at Allianz Stadium to infiltration of the Calabrian’ Ndrangheta crime mob.
The investigation was triggered by a charge from Juventus a year past and also the arrests come two years after the club had been fined and ordered to play a match with a few of the main sections of its stadium closed for selling tickets to’ultras’ and inviting scalping.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli was punished because of its earnings, but his one-year ban was lifted through an Italian football federation appeals court in December.

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