Getty ImagesBeritabola.com Luciano Moggi was disappointed by the punishment meted out to him regarding the case Calciopoli. Former Juventus director who is considered as the mastermind of the scandal said he only became a scapegoat.
A few days ago Italian court decided Moggi guilty of fraud and setting the sport that made him jailed for five years and four months. It is a further legal sanctions received Moggi, having previously banned from engaging in all football activities for life.
Above sentence who had just dropped him, Moggi expressed disappointment. He felt he just made a scapegoat of the scandal that made Juventus must go down to Serie B in 2006's.
"I do not expect this after all the evidence I gave at defense, but maybe this sentence is written," said 74-year man was quoted as saying by the Italian Football.
"I hope the phrase 'the same law for all people' is proved. I'm obviously disappointed. After all of this court I feel like a 'black sheep'," he complained.
Moggi not remain silent on the punishment meted out to him that. He intends to appeal after feeling there are some anomalies in the proceedings.
"There are some anomalies and we certainly will appeal," he said.