Juventus boss Antonio Conte was in Rome today to meet with Italian FA prosecutor Stefano Palazzi to discuss his role in the most recent match fixing scandal to rock Italian soccer.
The allegations made by former Siena midfielder Filippo Carobbio claim Conte told his players a Serie B game against Novara had been fixed.
This is only the latest in a series of investigations that has spanned across Europe – Turkish heavyweight Fenerbahce were cleared by the Turkish FA in May after a lengthy investigation. The video above delves into the murky criminal underworld and its fetish for match fixing. While clubs in lower leagues are the usual target, gangsters are beginning to aim higher with more regularity.