Antonio Conte: Napoli have seen "justice"

Juventus boss Antonio Conte before the game with Palermo on December 9, 2012
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Antonio Conte says that the removal of Napoli's two-point deduction is "justice".

Juventus coach Antonio Conte has said that justice has been done after Napoli's two-point deduction was removed by the Italian FA.

The Azzurri were given the sanction after being found guilty of a match-fixing scandal but have since had the points restored thanks to an appeal.

Paolo Cannavaro and Gianluca Grava have also had their six-month bans overturned and Conte, who recently returned from a suspension himself, has said that it was the right action for the authorities to take.

"It is justice to give Napoli back their deducted points back," said Conte. "It is justice to acquit Grava and Cannavaro also. However, I shouldn't have been disqualified either."

Conte returned to his duties at Juve last month following a four-month suspension.

Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri during the game with Cagliari on November 26, 2012
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