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Former Italian football man to go to jail for applying “mafia method”

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Mikkoli (with a Juventus bag) was sentenced to three years in prison – Photo: Oliver Lango

He knew how to be a man in Italian football, he became a legend Palermo And, upon retirement, he could see his future behind bars. Fabrizio Micoli, even with the past Perugia, fiorentina And this Juventus, He was Three and a half years imprisonment for extortion, that is The appellate court I confirmed the sentence imposed on the former striker 2017 which had already been confirmed and appealed January 2020,

,sentence is final”, declared a judicial source before the news agency in consultation with a historian AFP, Without the possibility of alternative punishment, 42-year-old former footballer entered prison Rovigo, Venicelocal newspapers reported Republic And Corriere dello Sport.

The events are of 2010, when mikoli, called by the Italian national team 10 times between 2003 and 2004, played in Palermo and gone The allegation of hiring someone to extort a hefty amount from the owner of a nightclub, On behalf of a club member.

After that the former captain of the team rosanero He had sought help from the son of a powerful mafia leader to recover 12 thousand euros. About a business a friend of his did with an entrepreneur Sicily, and the Palermo Court of Appeals, headed by Massimo Corleo, classified the case as “Increased extortion in the manner of the mafia.”

Fabrizio Micoli is considered a Palermo legend.  Photo: Maurizio Lagna / Getty Images
Fabrizio Micoli is considered a Palermo legend. Photo: Maurizio Lagna / Getty Images

According to the local press, mikoli He wanted to help his friend, a former Palermo physiotherapist Giorgio Gasparini to recover the amount owed to him by businessman Andrea Gafferinic disco is called for sale paparazzi,

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,I am a footballer, not a mobster; I am against the ideas of the mafia”, the former striker had announced in tears while holding a press conference in 2013. case of mikoli It served to illustrate the work of the Anti-Mafia Parliamentary Commission, which in December 2017 denounced an increasingly deep “osmosis” between the two. Mafia and Football.

Fabrizio Micoli retired from professional football in the 2015–2016 season. Although his last team was Malta’s Birkirkara FC, his best level was during his time in Palermo (2007 to 2013). There he managed to become an idol and captain. He played 597 games and ended his career with 221 goals.

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