Antonio Conte to be questioned over match-fixing

Juventus boss Antonio Conte before the game with Palermo on December 9, 2012
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Juventus coach Antonio Conte will be questioned over his role in the 'Calcioscommesse' betting scandal next month.

Juventus coach Antonio Conte will be questioned once again about his involvement in the Italian match-fixing scandal.

The Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC) has revealed that it will open 31 new investigations and will question the 43-year-old over his role in the scandal on March 11.

Conte was banned for four months at the start of the season following the investigation into the 'Calcioscommesse' betting scandal that found out that he had failed to report match-fixing as Siena coach in the 2010-11 season.

The former midfielder was initially banned from the touchline for 10 months, but his punishment was reduced to four on appeal.

Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia too will be questioned by the FIGC over the scandal that erupted last summer.

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