Inter will appeal to the Court of Appeal the decision against them in the Vieri case and this was confirmed by the club’s managing director Marco Fassone. To follow, here are the words coming from Inter lawyer Fabio Iudica to Sky Sport 24.
“With regard to sporting justice, the facts are the right to privacy was the only damaged called into question. There are no moral damages and other damages of any kind. For this reason, we are very calm.”
What about the Scudetti, any possible chance of having them revoked? Iudica is very precise. “The facts are for a period of time between 1999 and 2004, Inter did not win those Scudetti and so there is nothing to discuss. I want to reassure the fans that. Why was Vieri spied? We wanted to verify Vieri’s behavior in accordance with the internal rules and regulations, that’s all. I do not know if there are other people involved. However, this will not go to the sports justice.”