1986 Totonero

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Totonero 1986 or totonero bis was a scandal of football match fixing in Italy between 1984 and 1986 in Serie A, Serie B, Serie C1 and Serie C2.[1]

It was uncovered in May 1986 by Italian Police and Armando Carbone, a friend of Italo Allodi (manager of Napoli), and in this scandal there were managers and football players that sold the football matches for money.

Club punishments[edit]

  • Udinese (Serie A); -9 in Serie A 1986–87 (relegated in Serie B in original punishment).
  • Cagliari (Serie B); -5 in Serie B 1986–87.
  • Lazio (Serie B); -9 in Serie B 1986–87 (relegated in Serie C1 in original punishment).
  • Lanerossi Vicenza (Serie B); exclusion from Serie A 1986–87.
  • Triestina (Serie B); -1 in Serie B 1985–86 and -4 in Serie B 1986–87.
  • Perugia (Serie B); relegated in Serie C2 and -2 in 1986–87 (relegated in Serie C2 and -5 in 1986–87 in original punishment).
  • Palermo (Serie B); -5 in Serie B 1986–87.
  • Foggia (Serie C1); -5 in Serie C1 1986–87 (relegated in Serie C2 in original punishment).
  • Cavese (Serie C1); relegated in Serie C2 and -5 in 1986–87.

Sentences[edit]

Presidents

Managers and coaches

Players

Aftermath[edit]

  • Udinese and Cagliari were relegated from Serie A and Serie B, respectively, the following season. Udinese would have remained in Serie A if not for their point deduction, but Cagliari would have been relegated even without the penalty.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Giangrande, A. Sportopoli: Lo sport truccato. L’Italia del Trucco, l’Italia che siamo. Antonio Giangrande. p. 414. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  2. ^ Panorama. Mondadori. 1988. p. 57. Retrieved 15 June 2019.