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Acerbi-Juan Jesus, the FIGC prosecutor’s office tightens – Football

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Acerbi-Juan Jesus, the FIGC prosecutor’s office tightens – Football

The federal prosecutor’s office of the FIGC is ready to speed up the process to see clearly the Acerbi-Jesus chaos. On the one hand the Napoli centre-back’s accusations of having received racist insults from his Nerazzurri colleague during Inter-Napoli, on the other the defense of Simone Inzaghi’s player who believes he did not fall into any discriminatory attitude or insult.

The sports judge has requested a supplementary investigation which will be provided by prosecutor Chiné who wants to close the case within the week so that a decision can be reached, establishing where the truth lies. The depositions of the two players will be crucial, around which there is maximum secrecy. In the meantime, one thing is certain, both Acerbi and Jesus have resumed training in their respective sports centers today.

Both hearings should be scheduled remotely for tomorrow in a scenario that, however, can change from one second to the next. The Inter center back should connect with the prosecutor’s office from Pinetina together with a federal inspector to guarantee the deposition and the same will happen for the Italian footballer, but from Naples.

In the meantime, the prosecutor’s office has already acquired the images for the TV test and it is not excluded that Chiné could also hear the referee of the match, Federico La Penna. In their respective hearings the two players will maintain their positions already expressed publicly with Acerbi focusing on the alleged misunderstanding of the pitch.

The Sports Judge will then decide next week after the report from the federal prosecutor’s office, but if the racist insult were confirmed the Nerazzurri defender would risk at least ten days of disqualification as provided for in article 28 paragraph 2 of the Code of Sports Justice. So there are hours of waiting at Inter who also held discussions with their player after he was forced to leave the national team’s training camp.

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